The Child by Fiona Barton

“You can bury the story... But you can't hide the truth.” — Fiona Barton, The Child     Fiona Barton unleashes a phenomenal new mystery starring Kate Waters in The Child. Drawing upon her own personal experience as a journalist, readers are treated with an impossibly addictive story that will keep you immersed and alert till … Continue reading The Child by Fiona Barton

Yesterday by Felicia Yap

“How do you solve a murder when you can only remember yesterday?” — Felicia Yap, Yesterday     The memories we have can play some sneaky tricks on us. Two individuals can remember completely different things about the same event. Based on their experience, their angle, their perspective and their intentions, everything can be seen differently. … Continue reading Yesterday by Felicia Yap

The Lost Ones by Sheena Kamal

“His desperation is so fresh and raw I can almost taste it.” — Sheena Kamal, The Lost Ones     The lies we tell each other will always be followed by the truth. If there's one thing that seems to be inevitable, it's the past that forged us into the person we are today. Sheena Kamal's … Continue reading The Lost Ones by Sheena Kamal

The Lying Game by Ruth Ware

“I need you.” — Ruth Ware, The Lying Game     After In a Dark, Dark Wood and The Woman in Cabin 10, Ruth Ware brings us a character-oriented thriller with The Lying Game. Unlike her previous stand-alone stories, this one focuses a lot more of the bond that lies tie together between friends and family. … Continue reading The Lying Game by Ruth Ware

The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena

“It's only when the dream is over that you see how odd it all was, how it actually didn't make sense at all.” — Shari Lapena, The Couple Next Door     The Couple Next Door is one of the most wildest story that occurs within just a couple of days. This debut thriller by Shari Lapena … Continue reading The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena

Our Little Secret by Roz Nay [+GIVEAWAY]

“Do you really want to know what happened?” — Roz Nay, Our Little Secret     This is one of those rare thrillers that actually succeeds in telling a fast-paced, completely immersive and strongly manipulative story in the most concise and addictive way possible. I'd mention that I'm slightly exaggerating, but I'm really not. In under … Continue reading Our Little Secret by Roz Nay [+GIVEAWAY]

Ill Will by Dan Chaon

“What do you call it when someone can't tell the difference between what's real and what's not real?” — Dan Chaon, Ill Will     Get ready for one of the most infuriating thrillers this year as Ill Will will come tugging at every single inch of your patience. Focused around the nebulous and erratic nature … Continue reading Ill Will by Dan Chaon

Kill the Father by Sandrone Dazieri

    Imagine parachuting off an airplane. From the moment the doors are opened till your two feet touch the ground, there simply isn't an instant where you can stop to take a breath or pause to embrace the excitement. Kill the Father by Sandrone Dazieri delivers a just as electrifying read with his first American … Continue reading Kill the Father by Sandrone Dazieri

The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware

    After checking out Ruth Ware's In a Dark, Dark Wood and appreciating the patent Agatha Christie inspiration in her stories, I couldn't pass on the opportunity to read her second book, The Woman in Cabin 10. This time, the story essentially takes place on a luxurious cruise ship. How is that possible? Leave it to Ruth … Continue reading The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware

The Twilight Wife by A.J. Banner

    Psychological thrillers are growing in popularity nowadays. Everywhere you go, you're bound to see a new one ready to become the next big thing. The appeal behind this genre is however far from being superficial. The narrator, the characters, the pacing and the twists all come together to form a truly enthralling story. From … Continue reading The Twilight Wife by A.J. Banner