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The Best Thriller Books of 2014 – The Definitive List

Looking for a list of 2014’s best thriller books? First published back in early summer as “The Best of 2014 So Far,” we’ve updated this post as our reviewers have finalized their year-end lists. Whether you learn toward sci-fi thrillers, conspiracy fiction, medical thrillers, hard-boiled mysteries, vatican thrillers or are somewhere on the political end of the spectrum, there’s […]

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blood on the water by anne perry

Blood on the Water, a new Historical Thriller by Anne Perry

In Anne Perry’s twentieth William Monk mystery, she brings us to London’s grand Mayfair mansions, where the arrogant masters of the Western world hold sway—and to the teeming Thames waterfront, where one summer afternoon, Monk witnesses the horrifying explosion of the pleasure boat Princess Mary, which sends to their deaths nearly two hundred merrymakers. The tragedy […]

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The Wolf in Winter by John Connolly

The Wolf in Winter, a New Charlie Parker Thriller by John Connolly

The community of Prosperous, Maine has always thrived when others have suffered. Its inhabitants are wealthy, its children’s future secure. It shuns outsiders. It guards its own. And at the heart of Prosperous lie the ruins of an ancient church, transported stone by stone from England centuries earlier by the founders of the town… But […]

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End of Secrets by Ryan Quinn

End of Secrets, a New Espionage Thriller by Ryan Quinn

Though her specialty is foreign cyberterrorism, CIA agent Kera Mersal finds herself plunged into a bizarre domestic case. Singers, writers, and artists are disappearing, leaving no trace in a world where everyone leaves a digital footprint. Posing as a journalist, Kera attempts to track the artists’ last-known movements. On a hunt that takes her from […]

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Twisted by Lola Smirnova

Book Review: Twisted, a new Suspense Thriller by Lola Smirnova

The Bottom Line: Inspired by the author’s own struggles as a sex worker, this gritty, sharply written tale transports readers into a perilous world where every breath could be your last. There’s no shortage of suspense in Lola Smirnova’s pull-no-punches novel about a young Ukranian girl named Julia, whose family finds itself poverty-stricken after the […]

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A Vision of Fire

A Vision of Fire, a new Sci-Fi Thriller from Gillian Anderson

The first time we laid eyes on her as Agent Scully, we were sure she was perfectly cast as the brainy, science-loving counterpart to Fox Moulder. The first novel from iconic X-Files star Gillian Anderson and New York Times bestselling author Jeff Rovin: a science fiction thriller of epic proportions. Renowned child psychologist Caitlin O’Hara is a single mom […]

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The Franciscan by W R. Park

Book Review: The Franciscan, a new Vatican Thriller from W R. Park

The Bottom Line: Equal parts Vatican thriller and spy fable, The Franciscan is a fast-moving feast of betrayal, corruption and murder told by a master craftsman. It’s only fitting that W R.Park begins The Franciscan with a quote from Nostradamus, since Park himself appears to be something of a prophet. The book – which was written […]

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The Second Ship by Richard Phillips

The Second Ship, a new Sci-Fi Thriller by Richard Phillips

The Second Ship is the first of a planned three entries in Richard Phillips’ planned “Rho Agenda trilogy.” In 1948, an alien starship fell from the New Mexico sky—and immediately vanished behind the walls of the Los Alamos Laboratory. Since that day the US military has endeavored to reverse engineer the ship’s alien technology through top-secret research known […]

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Dennis Lehane The Drop

Book Review: The Drop, a new Crime Thriller by Dennis Lehane

The Bottom Line: Like slipping on your favorite pair of shoes, you always know what you’re going to get with a new Lehane novel. Still, The Drop manages to be his most satisfying outing since Mystic River. Dennis Lehane’s The Drop began as a short story called “Animal Rescue.” Adapted into a film starring the late James […]

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