For some reason, I find that thriller books match very well the fall season and its vibes, if you think the same too, then you want some good thriller books to keep company with when it’s raining and you’re sitting in that cozy corner with a hot drink.

Here are 6 of my favorite thriller books that got me glued to my place flipping the pages to know what really happens. If you read any of these with some candles lit and some Frank Sinatra or Nat King Cole music, then that would be such a treat. And don’t worry I won’t be mentioning much details so I won’t spoil these breath-taking books.

Burn by James Patterson :

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The book is the 7th  book on the Michael Bennett series, a detective that moves back home with his family to NYC, gets a big case that would make his career gets better or worse, when one of his officers is found after apparently committing suicide, yet Michael thinks it’s more than just a suicide. Having troubles at home and his superiors move him to another unit, Michael Bennet gets really busy.

The first chapters begin slowly before the pace picks up and the non-stop action starts off.

Midnight by Dean Kontz:

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Strange deaths have occurred in a small calm town, when Harry, a handicapped citizen that sees mysterious and bizarre things happen in that town which made him concerned enough to contact the FIB, that send one of their agents: Sam Booker to investigate this case.

Welcome to a pure horror fiction novel, a masterpiece of terror and fear.

A Time To Kill by John Grishman:

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Strange deaths have occurred in a small calm town, when Harry a handicapped citizen that sees mysterious and bizarre things happen in that town which made him concerned enough to contact the FIB, that send one of their agents: Sam Booker to investigate this case.

Welcome to a pure horror fiction novel, a masterpiece of terror and fear.

A Time To Kill by John Grishman:

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Jack Reacher gets off the train at Mother’s Rest simply because he’s curious to know the meaning of the town’s unusual name, then he finds that there’s something ominous about the town which is confirmed when Reacher meets FBI agent that turned a private investigator: Michelle Chang that came to the town looking for her partner in investigation and his client’s son that both of whom went missing. And so Jack Reacher decides to help her because when he sees wrong he rights it. He stumbles into some grave crisis that only someone as talented as Jack Reacher could sort out.

As always I admired Jack’s intelligence and sense of humour.

The flavours of love Dorothy by Koomson:

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This is not a pure thriller, yet I couldn’t not talk about it, given that there’s a crime in the story, some romance and drama, blend it very well and then you get THE FLAVOURS OF LOVE!

Can we just take a look at the cover? Isn’t it beautifully beautiful?

The book tells the story of Saffron that 18 months ago she lost her husband in a mysterious murder, and she will be receiving letters from the murderer. Her daughter knows something yet they both aren’t saying it, and so she and her family are in danger.

Once you start reading the book you can’t put it back, as the truths will be revealing and you start making your own analyze and expectations just like putting a puzzle together; the story-telling is simply fantastic and intriguing; this is definitely a page-turner that got me hooked since the first page.

The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins:

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Once I began reading the book and got to know the main character Rachel, I kept telling her “you better get yourself a life”, but as I kept reading more I started feeling sorry for her. Rachel is a divorced alcoholic that gets blackouts once she’s sober and forgets what she did when she was drunk. Whenever in the train she keeps watching a couple in their apartment and eventually makes up a story of their life in her head. Later on Rachel gets involved in an awkward and mysterious case

At some point I thought I knew what happened and who the murderer is and then I was like no it can’t be him/her!! And that’s how it goes until I was absolutely surprised when the murderer was revealed and the action gets crazy.

This book made me think that nothing is what it seems, and so I highly recommend it before the movie is released and things get spoiled.

And that’s it for this post, if you have already read any of these books or you’re willing to, let me know!

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