Psychological Thrillers

The best psychological thriller eBooks for kindle, nook, iBooks and more, including both new and established writers from every corner of the earth.

Walls thriller by Alex Jones

Book Review: Walls, a new Psychological Thriller by Alex Jones

The Bottom Line: A daring, razor-sharp psychological thriller that will please fans of both Stieg Larsson and E. L. James. Walls deftly packs in everything readers want in a suspense novel: danger, scorn, betrayal and eroticism, which it delivers in spades. In Walls, psychologist Dan Whitney and his wife Michelle set off for Palm Springs […]

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Dean Koontz The City

The City, the New Suspense Thriller from Dean Koontz

Ladies and gentlemen, get ready for another unsettling tale that will make you sleep with all the lights on. The new Dean Koontz novel is here! A young boy, a musical prodigy, discovering life’s wonders—and mortal dangers.  His best friend, also a gifted musician, who will share his journey into destiny.  His remarkable family, tested […]

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Season of the Harvest by Michael Hicks

The Four Best FBI Thrillers You Haven’t Read Yet

So you’ve got a thing for G-men, eh? We know. The wiretaps, the suits, the bad architecture of its legendary Washington D.C. headquarters. There’s something about a good FBI thrillers that pulls you in and just won’t let go. Here are five incredible FBI Thrillers that are guaranteed to keep you up at night. Hannibal, […]

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Stephen King

Ranking the Best Stephen King Novels of the 2000s

The reigning master of suspense is the author of more than 50 books, all of which have been international bestsellers. Carrie. It. Pet Cemetery. Misery. Thinner. All instant classics, and yet King’s craft seems to sweeten with age, with King churning out some of his best work in recent years. Although King’s more recent work […]

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The Last Town by Blake Crouch

Welcome to Wayward Pines, the last town. Secret Service agent Ethan Burke arrived in Wayward Pines, Idaho, three weeks ago. In this town, people are told who to marry, where to live, where to work. Their children are taught that David Pilcher, the town’s creator, is god. No one is allowed to leave; even asking […]

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Broken Harbor book cover by Tana French

Book Review: Broken Harbor, a Murder Mystery by Tana French

The Bottom Line: A hard-nosed psychological thriller that ranks as French’s best yet. Inventive and complex, Broken Harbor features storytelling that’s as textured and authentic as anything the genre has to offer. Mick “Scorcher” Kennedy always brings in the killer. Always. That’s why he’s landed this high-profile triple homicide. At first, he thinks it’s going […]

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The Twelve Book Cover by Justin Cronin

Book Review: The Twelve, Book Two of the Passage Trilogy, by Justin Cronin

The Bottom Line: Essential reading for fans of The Passage, one of the most masterful and gripping vampire thrillers of all time. In our gushing review of Cronin’s first book of the planned trilogy, The Passage, we hoped there would be an equally satisfying follow-up. Cronin has delivered. One word of warning: Cronin tends to change points of […]

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SecondWorld by Jeremy Robinson

The Best Thrillers of 2012

These books span several subgenres, and represent those that we enjoyed most, in no particular order. SecondWorld, by Jeremy Robinson To be honest, this was a huge surprise. Robinson’s work typically leans more toward the fantasy genre, which isn’t our cup of tea. But once we got past the campy first chapter set in 1940s […]

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