15 Thrillers To Read This Summer

15 Thrillers To Read This Summer

As promised, we are so excited to bring you our blog post, 15 Thrillers To Read This Summer. For those of you who want to be turning pages at the rate of a speeding bullet, or finding yourselves staying up into the wee hours of the morning because you just can’t put the book down, we’ve got you covered! Dive into these heart-pounding thrillers and prepare for an unforgettable summer reading experience. If what you fancy are easy summer romance reads, then check out our blog ‘The 15 Best Books For Summer Reading’ Also, keep an eye out for my own personal Summer Fantasy TBR list. While I have already added some romance and thrillers to my list, I’m mostly looking forward to getting lost in some good old-fashioned fantasy. (You know me, I’m a fantasy kinda girl). So, let’s get to it, it’s a long one so grab a cuppa and enjoy! As an Amazon Associate, we earn a commission from qualifying purchases.  Some of the links on this post are affiliate links.  This means that if you click on the link and make a purchase we may earn a commission at no extra cost to you. Learn more here.  Her Last Summer – Emily Freud I thought we could start of with a book that contains the word ‘Summer’ in it, keeping to the theme of this blog and all that. Anyways, this story screams ‘unputdownable’. I’ve never read any books by this author, but I am more than willing to give it a go. Something tells me it’s going to be a good one. A definite add to my Summer Thriller TBR. Synopsis: Twenty years ago, Mari vanished while backpacking through Thailand with her boyfriend, Luke. Accused of murder, he has always insisted on his innocence, especially since her body was never found. Now, Luke is finally ready to talk, and filmmaker Cassidy Chambers is determined to uncover the truth about what happened in the dark of the jungle. As Cassidy delves deeper into the past, she begins to fear the secrets buried along the way and what lies ahead. None Of This Is True – Lisa Jewell ‘None of this is true’ was voted crime novel of the year 2024, and was an instant Sunday Times Bestseller. But what else do you expect from a book written by Lisa Jewell. Having read a few of her previous books before, I can assure you, her storytelling never disappoints. Synopsis: Podcaster Alix Summer is celebrating her 45th birthday at her local pub when she meets an unassuming woman named Josie Fair, who is also turning 45. A few days later, they run into each other again outside Alix’s children’s school. Josie suggests she would make an interesting subject for Alix’s podcast, mentioning that she is on the brink of significant changes in her life. Intrigued, Alix agrees to a trial interview and discovers that Josie’s life is both strange and complicated. Despite finding Josie unsettling, Alix can’t resist delving deeper. As Alix uncovers more, she realises Josie is hiding some very dark secrets. Before long, Josie has insinuated herself into Alix’s life and home. Now, Alix must confront the unsettling question: Who is Josie Fair really, and what has she done? Everyone Here Is Lying – Shari Lapena If you enjoy stories with twists and turns, then I suggest you jump onto the Shari Lapena bandwagon. I’ve been a fan of her writing for years. With well-paced storytelling and Shari’s capacity to effortlessly drop clues here and there, it came as no surprise when I added this book to my Summer TBR before it was even released.    Synopsis: Welcome to Stanhope—a safe neighbourhood and a haven for families. On the surface, William Wooler is a devoted family man. But he’s been entangled in an affair, which ended disastrously this afternoon at a nearby motel. Returning home, devastated and furious, William finds his difficult nine-year-old daughter, Avery, unexpectedly back from school. In his rage, he loses his temper. Hours later, Avery is reported missing by her family. Suddenly, Stanhope doesn’t feel so safe anymore. And William isn’t the only one on his street with secrets. As witnesses come forward with potentially unreliable information, Avery’s neighbours grow increasingly unstable. Who took Avery Wooler? Listen For The Lie – Amy Tintera A hint of dark comedy never goes amiss, right?  A funny murder mystery? Sign me up! ‘Listen For The Lie’ hits all the right marks for a captivating and thrilling page-turner. A classical tale of whodunit, with a touch of crime-com, poured into the mix. Yep, another one for my TBR.  Synopsis: Am I a murderer? That’s the question, isn’t it? You’re likely familiar with my story. I’m Lucy Chase—the woman who can’t recall killing her best friend. It’s understandable that you all suspect me. After all, being discovered wandering the streets drenched in her blood isn’t exactly innocent-looking. Believe me, I share your frustration. I’m desperate to uncover the truth about whether I’m a murderer. It’s the kind of thing one should definitely know about oneself, right? Thanks to the true-crime podcast Listen for the Lie, I finally have a shot at unravelling the mystery. But if I discover I’m guilty, can I live with that? And if I’m not, will delving into the forgotten events of that night make me the next target of whoever is responsible? If Something Happens To Me – Alex Finlay Alex Finlay’s latest work promises to deliver suspense and intrigue, along with elements of psychological tension. The perfect combination for a hot summer’s day at the beach. If the reviews are anything to go by, this book will be binged in a day. Synopsis: The crushing blow to the head. Hands yanking him from the vehicle. His girlfriend’s piercing scream… For the past five years, Ryan Richardson has been haunted by that terrible night. With Ali abducted and no trace of her found, suspicion clouds his life, even though he was never

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