Many of Linwood Barclay's novels are standalone novels, however this book begins a thrilling trilogy will keep you on the edge of your seat!
In a small Western Australian town, young Charlie forms an unlikely friendship with outcast Jasper Jones when the death of a child occurs.
Totally real, likeable characters written by Danielle Hawkins. The novel is set in a coastal town of New Zealand and provides recipies!
We're told not to judge a book by its cover yet a picture paints a thousand words. These thrillers hook you with their ladies in red.
There’s a terrifying wealth of books written on serial killers or about fictitious serial killers. Have a look at these few.
An interpretation of an old Astroboy plot line, giving a gritty and noir-esque lens to an older series, without diminishing it's legacy.
Neighbourhood mobster, Sonny takes teenager Calogero under his wing and into gangland life of the Bronx streets in the 1960s. Action packed!
Five career criminals randomly meet and an underworld crime figure begins working together on a high-earning heist. What could go wrong?
Wow! The movie Snowden provides a 360 degree view of NSA’s surveillance activities other than the formed opinion of mainstream media.
Enter the world of 1 Folgate St to discover perfection but can you pay the price? Emma's past and Jane's present become inexorably entwined!
Borrow a book from this list of high quality psychological thrillers written by talented female authors.
Having "Girl" in the title seems to be a bit of a trend at the moment. Psychological thriller lovers may want to check out these titles.
Do Not Disturb is the thrilling, dark and deadly sequel to The Girl in 6E. These books are wonderful psychological thrillers as the story is being told from the perspective…
While horse racing is referred to as the Sport of Kings, these fictional stories show a much darker, more deadly side to it.
Have you ever wondered what that next serial killer is up to?
A thriller that comments on the dark side of social media. Worth a watch!
Notice what these books have in common? Read if you enjoyed 'The Girl on the Train'. Some psychological thrillers to sink your teeth into.
Read a sample of one of our newest eBook titles 'The End of the World Running Club.' If you like it you can loan it now from OverDrive!
Are you a fan of Gone Girl and Girl on the Train? Step further into the dark world of thrills with these books.
Satirical fantasy crime featuring anachronisms abound in this series by renowned British author Terry Pratchett.
Are you a Quentin Tarantino fan? Check out his back-catalogue.
Like many of Flynn's books The Grownup is rough, gritty and sure to leave you wide-eyed. A woman making a living as a psychic and telling people what they want…
This show is gruesome and bloody but also made like a fine piece of art and Hannibal is a beautiful chef on the best cooking channel if you can forget…
The Cable Guy has few rivals in films depicting sociopathic thrillers/black comedy. Also a brilliant depiction of media obsession.
AI, dystopian occupation, amazing set design and costumes. The perfect recipe for sci-fi.
A raw and emotional look at raising children and the lengths that a parent would go to protecting them.
An intriguing account of how hard it was for Boston journalists to reveal the corrupt Catholic Church's cover up of child abuse.
A teen socialite tests positive for Homicidal Tendency Syndrome and becomes a social pariah. An interesting read with a massive twist.
Hooked from start to finish!
One of the best Lincoln Rhyme stories in the series. Chilling story about identity theft. Well worth the read.
What brings down a passenger plane? It's up to an elite team of crash investigators to find out.
From Scandinavia, Nordic Noir is quality crime drama with dark storylines, interesting characters - and is rivetting to watch.
Relic is where the Pendergast series begins. An intriguing page turning series that is now 15 books long, and continuing, that will keep you up late but perhaps not willing…
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