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Five Fabulous…Adult Thrillers

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I am on such a Thriller kick at the moment that it just makes sense to share with you all some of my favourites – It was hard to choose!

The Secret by the Lake by Louise Douglas
There was something so eerie about this book that really gave it an edge. I couldn’t put it down and when I did it was just constantly on my mind. A very dramatic thriller.

Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty
The very first Liane Moriarty book I read and I loved it! At the end of each chapter was a snippet to the big reveal as you tried to work out what was going to happen. Very cleverly done.

How I Lost You by Jenny Blackhurst
This book is one of those awful books that you wish will never happen to you. It’s dark and horrid and addictive. I loved the way it flipped between past and present as you tried to work out what was happening.

Behind Closed Doors by B.A Paris
In this book, you are instantly set on edge from the beginning. Something just isn’t quite right and it really made me feel uncomfortable. This is a scary kind of thriller as you realise it could be happening. Very gripping and very emotional.

Far From True by Linwood Barclay
I have always loved Linwood Barclay’s books so I jumped to read his newest one. It was only towards the end that I realised it was a sequel but that’s okay because the book was still incredible. It twisted and turned and kept my interest going until the very end – and now I must have the finale asap!

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