Tag Archives: psychological thriller

Finding Jake by Bryan Reardon

I picked up Finding Jake by Bryan Reardon because I had seen several blog posts and articles recommending this title as a read-alike for  The Girl on the Train.  Both books keep you  on your toes and turning the page … Continue reading

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The Cold Weather Brings out the Thrill (er) in Me: A Review of The Girl on the Train

There is something about the winter that makes me read dark psychological suspenseful  books that keeps me on the edge of my seat.  I’ve just finished reading, The Girl on The Train by Paula Hawkins.   I remember hearing buzz about … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Dinner by Herman Koch

I was interested in reading this novel, The Dinner, after reading several reviews that compared it the European version of  Gillian Flynn’s novel, Gone Girl.  An international best-seller written  by Amsterdam writer, Herman Koch, The Dinner is an extremely disturbing … Continue reading

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Book Review: Sister by Rosamund Lupton

If you are looking for a different kind of thriller, look no further than the debut novel, Sister, by Rosamund Lupton.  There is nothing stronger that the bond between sisters so when Beatrice Hemming finds out her younger sister, Tess, … Continue reading

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