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Can someone recommend me a thriller I can easily get into please

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Namechange3007 Tue 06-Aug-19 21:53:53

Title says it all really!
Thank you.

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GivenchyDahhling Tue 06-Aug-19 21:57:16

I recently read “Those People” by Louise Candlish which I enjoyed, although having lived with awful anti-social neighbours I found some of it a little traumatic. Really easy to get into though, short chapters flitting between different characters’ perspectives.

Namechange3007 Tue 06-Aug-19 22:03:52

Thank you. Is it a thriller?

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ScouseQueen Tue 06-Aug-19 22:05:52

Liane Moriarty, The Husband's Secret

Namechange3007 Tue 06-Aug-19 22:07:49

I've read husbands secret, brilliant book.

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MondeoFan Tue 06-Aug-19 22:09:39

The Rumour by Lesley Kara
I thought it was a real page turner

lauryloo Tue 06-Aug-19 22:16:56

The rumour as suggested above was brilliant. I just finished I looked away by Jane Corry, was really good

Mammajay Tue 06-Aug-19 22:17:02

Gone Girl

GinisLife Tue 06-Aug-19 22:17:31

Read all of Angela Marsons books in order.

Namechange3007 Wed 07-Aug-19 07:59:15

Thank you. Have downloaded the rumour and those people.

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TapasForTwo Wed 07-Aug-19 09:02:42

Stillhouse Lake and Killman Creek by Rachel Caine
Follow You Home by Mark Edwards

aintnomountainhighenough1 Wed 07-Aug-19 14:29:02

Have recently read and liked Sleep by C.L. Taylor which is good

LellyM Wed 07-Aug-19 14:43:52

Anything written by Scott Mariani. He writes light thrillers all featuring the same main character. They are entertaining but after a few you come to realise they are all the same story (doesn't stop me having read most of them!!)

Avocadodance Wed 07-Aug-19 22:28:49

Snap by Belinda Bauer

glenthebattleostrich Wed 07-Aug-19 22:31:20

I was just about to recommend the same books as TapasForTwo.

The Stillhouse lake trilogy are brilliant, I read the third one in a weekend.

TapasForTwo Wed 07-Aug-19 23:14:09

I'm looking forward to the third book glen

cortex10 Wed 07-Aug-19 23:22:55

Alex Marwood - her books are loosely based on true crimes/mysteries

ClosedAuraOpenMind Thu 08-Aug-19 11:26:34

loved The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley

Ellmau Sun 18-Aug-19 11:30:10

Most recently I've been gripped by Shari Lapena, An Unwanted Guest.

All of Ruth Ware's have been excellent.

SeroxatBlonde Sun 18-Aug-19 11:31:32

Anything by Mark Edwards in particular The Magpie trilogy.

Lucyslampost Tue 20-Aug-19 17:50:29

Agree about Alex Marwood. Also Lisa Jewell's recent books

Autumn101 Tue 20-Aug-19 17:55:18

I read Our House on holiday recently, was easy to read and some good twists

rosybell Thu 22-Aug-19 14:03:40

Lisa Jewell - the family upstairs

Really easy to read and a bit of a page turner.

JiltedJohnsJulie Fri 23-Aug-19 09:07:20

The Girl on the Train.

ShimmeryShiny Fri 23-Aug-19 09:13:47

Michelle Campbell - She was The Quiet One

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