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10 of the Best New Thrillers and Mysteries to Read This Fall
Autumn has finally rolled in, and we’re leaving the lighthearted reads of summer behind. It’s the perfect time of year to get under your...
October’s Best New Thrillers
With October comes the first chill in the air, that first sense that another year is in the home stretch. To keep the blood pumping and energy up even as...
September’s Best New Thrillers
September comes as a shocking reminder that you haven’t done half the things you intended to do this year. New Year’s Day, bright and crisp with...
now on NOOK
This Month Only, Read Alafair Burke’s Twisty Thriller
Free on Your NOOK
To celebrate the launch of our new NOOK device and upgrade offer, we’re celebrating some of our favorite things to read on the NOOK. Serial Reads...
You Will Know Me
Is an Unsettling Teen Girl Noir
On the eve of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, few events will inspire as much slack-jawed amazement—or furious debate—as the women’s gymnastics...
August’s Best New Thrillers
August marks the approach of the dog days of summer, and after that, the imminent arrival of fall. For those of you who still can’t believe it’s...
Is a Thrilling Meditation on What Might Have Been
In his latest novel, Dark Matter, Blake Crouch asks us to imagine we’re fish, swimming in a pond. Within our cozy confines, we can swim all day, and in...
The Truth Will Out in Liane Moriarty’s Gripping
Truly Madly Guilty
In Liane Moriarty’s latest page-turner, Truly Madly Guilty, a friendly barbecue explodes into a character study in friendship, obligation, mental...
The Silence of Six
Takes Readers on a Thrilling Ride (That They Almost Missed)
Sometimes putting hours of creativity, sweat, and tears into writing a screenplay isn’t actually the hardest part of a writer’s...
New from Stephen King:
End of Watch
Back in 2002, frustrated by his slow recovery from injuries sustained in a horrific accident, Stephen King informally announced his retirement from...
June’s Best New Thrillers
As the year heats up, so do the new book releases—and not a moment too soon. As we round the halfway mark on 2016, a whole new crop of exciting thrillers...
Author L.S. Hilton Shares Her Top 10 Female-Fronted Thrillers
L.S. Hilton’s pitch-black trilogy starter Maestra gives us a new amoral heroine to love: Judith Rashleigh, art house assistant by day and hostess by...