14 Best Thriller Books Update 05/2022

The best thriller books of 2022

The Club by Ellery Lloyd

When Island Home, a long forgotten island, opens its doors to the public, celebrities will be there. That’s because even the most beautiful people can hide their worst secrets, and in a world where reputation is everything, they’ll do anything to keep it.

The Club is an exciting and addictive book that tells the story of people who have everything or nothing to lose when they are pushed to their limit.

The Golden Couple by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen

“The Golden Couple” is the new psychological thriller from Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen, who wrote the best-selling book “The Wife Between Us.”

As long as Marissa doesn’t cheat, Marissa and Mathew Bishop look like the best of friends. For help with her family, Marissa takes the chance on Avery Chambers, a controversial therapist who lost her license because of the way she helped people. They go into Avery’s office, and it soon becomes clear there are still a lot of big mysteries to be solved. It’s not just a marriage that’s in danger anymore, but a lot more.

Some of them aren’t who they appear to be, and things are about to get very dangerous.

The Interview by C. M. Ewan

5 p.m. on Friday Your interview is taking place in an office thirteen floors above the city. When there’s no one else around but you and the person who’s interviewing you, the questions they ask are getting more and more weird and uncomfortable. You’re afraid, and the only way out is to answer a question that seems impossible…

Author C. M. Ewan has written a lot of best-selling mystery and thriller books. This is a nail-biting book.

‘A terrifying, heart-stopping ride and a very unique and very disturbing thriller.’ For a long time, I’ve been a fan of Chris Ewan’s work. In this book, though, he goes to a whole new level.

We Had To Remove This Post by Hanna Bervoets

She did the translation.

Kayleigh wants money. This is why she takes a job at a social media platform whose name she can’t talk about at work. Her job is to look at offensive videos and pictures, rants, and conspiracy theories, and decide which should be taken down. Even though Kayleigh has to work very hard, she is good at her job. She also has a group of friends and even a new girlfriend. For the first time, Kayleigh’s future looks bright. But soon, the job seems to change them all, making their worlds look very different. Her coworkers start to break down; when her new girlfriend becomes more distant and fragile; when her friends start talking about the conspiracy theories they’re supposed to be evaluating, Kayleigh wonders if the job might be too much for them to handle at the same time. Still, she’s fine.

Hare House by Sally Hinchcliffe

During a crisp autumn day, a woman leaves her job at a London girls’ school and heads to London. She starts to look at the land around her cottage on the Hare House estate, walking through the moors and woods. And then she hears stories about witches, strange clay figures, and young men who are scared out of their minds, so she starts to pay attention. Doubts start to rise after Grant and his sister Cass become friends with her. This happens when a snowstorm keeps everyone in their house together.

The Mother by Yvvette Edwards

She thought she knew her son. That he was safe. She was not right.

On this day, Marcia is going to the Old Bailey. There, she’s going to do something that no mother should ever have to do: go to court to see the boy who is charged with killing her son. Her son Ryan was not the kind of person who would get into trouble with the law. Tyson Manley, on the other hand, is. Sweetie is Tyson’s girlfriend, and she knows more than she’s willing to say. Marcia is racing against the clock as the trial moves forward.

City of Vengeance by D. V. Bishop

Florence, in 1536: Whenever a well-known Jew is found dead, a court official named Cesare Aldo has to find out who killed him and why. When Aldo is looking into Alessandro de’ Medici, he finds out about a plan to overthrow him. Aldo is in a race against time to solve the murder and stop the conspiracy, but he also wants to keep his own secrets from being found out. For the first time, D. V. Bishop is writing about a historical crime thriller.

Cherish Farrah: A Novel by Bethany C. Morrow

Farrah has been jealous of Cherish Whitman for a long time. People who are white and adopted by Cherish’s mother. She gets a lot of attention and is spoiled in ways Farrah can only dream of. Soon, she is planning ways to get even closer to the Whitman family. They start to tell her that there is something wrong with them as she gets closer, but that doesn’t stop her from going. When weird things start to happen in the Whitman house, Farrah should be able to handle it, right?

Fragile by Sarah Hilary

Fragile is a modern psychological thriller with a modern twist on the classic book Rebecca, written by award-winning and critically acclaimed author Sarah Hilary.

Nell Ballard is on the run. Nell is a former foster child who has a dark secret that she wants to keep from the world. All she wants is to find a place where she can feel like she fits in. So when a job at Starling Villas, the home of Robin Wilder, comes up, she jumps at the chance with both hands. It may not be the safe haven she was hoping for when she moved into her new place. Her boss lives by a strict set of rules, and she soon learns that he has his own secrets.

The best thriller books of 2021

Riccardino by Andrea Camilleri

The twenty-eighth and last book in Andrea Camilleri’s Inspector Montalbano Mysteries series, which is both thrilling and wickedly funny, will be out on October 14, 2021.

Montalbano gets a weird phone call early in the morning from a person named Riccardino, who says he’s been waiting for Montalbano for a long time and is ready for him to arrive. Even though the killer isn’t known, the victim’s name is Riccardino – and Inspector Montalbano has a long way to go before he finds out who did it.

Exquisitely written by one of Europe’s best crime writers, Riccardino is the end of a series that should not be missed.

Left You Dead by Peter James

One of Peter James’s best-selling crime fiction series stars DS Roy Grace, who is now a major TV show with John Simm. Left You Dead is the most recent in the series. Sunday starts the same way for Niall and Eden Paternoster. They drive a long way, visit a country house, and stop at a supermarket on the way home. That’s not how this Sunday ends. As Niall waits in the carpark for Eden to finish shopping, Eden never comes back. Nobody from their family or friends has heard from her. Eden has been gone without a trace.

As soon as DS Roy Grace is called in to look into the case, it doesn’t take long for him to realize that not everything is as it seems. This might be his most mysterious case yet. Find out about the other Roy Grace books in order.

State of Terror by Hillary Rodham Clinton

Following a new Secretary of State who has been hired by her rival, a new president who took office after four years of American leadership that shrank from the world stage. This is what the secretary has to do: put together a team of people who can figure out the deadly conspiracy, which was carefully thought out to take advantage of an out-of-touch and out-of-power American government in the places where it matters most.

This high-stakes thriller of international intrigue is filled with behind-the-scenes global drama that only an insider could know.

The Heron’s Cry by Ann Cleeves

When Detective Matthew Venn gets a call to go to the home of a group of artists, it’s a hot summer in North Devon. There has been a murder. In this case, Dr. Nigel Yeo was stabbed, and the weapon was one of his glassblowing daughter’s vases. As Matthew tries to figure out why a good man was killed, someone else in the community is killed in the same way. The key to murders is close to home, in a web of lies that Matthew must try to untangle, but it’s a lot of work. The most recent in the best-selling series about Detective Matthew Venn.

Never by Ken Follett

Top thriller writer Ken Follett is back after more than a decade, and this time his new book is full of action and suspense. It features an army drone that has been stolen, a stash of highly toxic chemicals that have been hidden, a brilliant Chinese spymaster, and an American president who has a populist rival on his trail.

How international and diplomatic peacetime is just a few mistakes away from a chain reaction of catastrophic consequences, with only three very different protagonists who can work in the shadows to keep things from going wrong by not being seen.

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