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Psychological thrillers

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CustardCream1 Sat 30-Jul-16 00:23:10

Hi i really enjoy psychological thrillers. I have just finished reading I let you go by Clare Macintosh and loved it. Can anyone recommend a gripping, un putdownable psychological thriller please? Thank you.

ImperialBlether Sat 30-Jul-16 00:32:53

She has a new book out this week!

SixFeetUnder Sat 30-Jul-16 00:50:22

Into the darkest corner by Elizabeth Haynes
Bird box by josh malerman
Before I go to sleep by s j watson

I have more, I'll check my goodreads

waycat Sat 30-Jul-16 04:14:51

I would recomend the two books that SJ Watson has written so far, Before I Go To Sleep and Second Life.

I found both to be gripping and real page turners.

I can't wait for his next book, whenever that may be.

littlejeopardy Sat 30-Jul-16 04:22:21

Another vote for Before I Go To Sleep.

Mr Mercedes by Stephen King.

MermaidofZennor Sat 30-Jul-16 07:15:00

Into The Darkest Corner is very good, didn't think that much of Before I Go To Sleep.

Blacklands, Dark Side and Finders Keepers - the Exmoor trilogy - by Belinda Bauer
Apple Tree Yard by Louise Doughty
Her by Harriet Lane
The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
Eeny Meeny by M J Arlidge
Rubbernecker by Belinda Bauer

Didn't think Disclaimer by Renee Knight was up to much - disappointing.

StealthPolarBear Sat 30-Jul-16 07:21:37

Getting on this thread

tripfiction Sat 30-Jul-16 16:25:54

One book that has been quietly making a statement is Intrusion by Mary McCluskey (which I recommended on the blog as a good read for those who liked Gone Girl and Girl on the Train

And In Her Wake by Amanda Jennings (and it also takes you down to St Ives in Cornwall)

BlackAmericanoNoSugar Sat 30-Jul-16 16:33:46

Unraveling Oliver by Liz Nugent, she has a new one out too.

waycat Sun 31-Jul-16 04:24:39

The Back Road by Rachel Abbott - I haven't read any more of hers, but this one I did find really gripping.

DisneySenior Sun 31-Jul-16 04:35:00

The teacher - katerina diamond
The accident, the lie and the missing all by CL Taylor
The ice twins - sk treymane

KittyKrap Sun 31-Jul-16 06:29:26

Place marking! I'll be back with my list when I get the kindle.

Apanicaday Sun 31-Jul-16 07:22:21

SK Treymayne's new one is good too - I think it's called the fire child.

FrankUnderwoodsWife Sun 31-Jul-16 07:27:35

The couple next door - shari lapena

FrankUnderwoodsWife Sun 31-Jul-16 07:29:18

Watching Edie die - Camilla Way

CustardCream1 Mon 01-Aug-16 00:02:16

Thank you all. All these books sound great according to the reviews. For now I have ordered Before I go to sleep and Into the Darkest Corner (second hand off Amazon) and once I have finished these, I will look into getting the other books you recommended. I hate not having a good book to read and hope they arrive soon!

weirdsister Mon 01-Aug-16 00:04:07

cuckoo by Julia Crouch

Clawdy Mon 08-Aug-16 12:55:24

The Burning Air by Erin Kelly. Best twist ever!

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Mon 08-Aug-16 12:58:51

The Magpies by Mark Edwards

i8sum314 Mon 08-Aug-16 15:18:45

I love this genre, but GOOD ones.

Love a good twist.

i8sum314 Mon 08-Aug-16 15:28:39

Just sent Erin Kelly's The Burning Air and SJ Watson's Second Life to my Kindle!

i8sum314 Mon 08-Aug-16 15:29:34

PS, yes, ELizabeth Haynes Very good, I second that recommendation. I've read all of hers.

theliverpoolone Tue 09-Aug-16 22:19:33

Do get Clare Mackintosh's new book (I See You) - I've just finished it; it was excellent!

southeastdweller Tue 09-Aug-16 22:26:37

My pick is Apple Tree Yard.

I've nearly finished I See You and I'm quite enjoying it.

sm40 Tue 09-Aug-16 22:28:27

Behind closed doors by BA Paris.

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