Best Recent Thriller Novels

by Nia Scott

Oct 11, 2018

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The President is Missing

This thriller comes from the mind of international bestselling novelist James Patterson and the unlikely Bill Clinton. With the extra help from the former president, this novel is an authentic read. The president disappears, leaving others to wonder where he went and how the most watched man on the planet was able to vanish. It’s a page-turning thriller with many twists and turns. Fans of James Patterson will snatch this book off the shelf quickly. It released June 4.


Death Notice

One day after the release of The President is Missing, Death Notice, by popular Chinese author Zhou Haohui ,was released. There are many plot twists in this book. An entity named Eumenides releases a manifesto stating it will kill those who are worthy targets. Soon these deaths start happening and the police are baffled by it. People die even under strict police surveillance. It’s a page-turner and has an ending that some won’t see coming.


The Wife

Written by Alafair Burke, the bestselling author behind The Ex, comes a new, modern tale about a woman who needs to make a choice. The wife of a liberal Manhattan media figure must decide whether or not she will stick by her husband, who is accused of sexual misconduct. This novel comes at the height of the #MeToo movement and is perfect for those that can’t get enough of the stories. It will be interesting to see what the wife decides and how she chooses to let her husband’s accusations affect her.






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