Best books of 2016 thriller
The 14 Biggest Psychological Thrillers ofThe Goodreads Choice Awards have three rounds of voting open to all registered Goodreads members. Winners will be announced December 06, Voting opens to 15 official nominees, and write-in votes can be placed for any eligible book see eligibility below. The top five write-in votes in each of the categories become official nominees. Additional write-ins no longer accepted. The field narrows to the top 10 books in each category, and members have one last chance to vote!
BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS -- THRILLER
In , ruthless killers are targeting messengers working for secret committees, whose leaders include Benjamin Franklin, in different American cities. In this superior fourth mystery featuring Scottish ex-pat Duncan McCallum, Pattison does a brilliant job of showing how political events of the era paved the way for the start of the Revolutionary War.
The Best Thriller Books of 2016
C rime writing turned up in unexpected places this year. Ian McEwan also blurred genre boundaries in Nutshell Jonathan Cape , an ingenious rewrite of Hamlet as a murder story in which a foetus is both detective and possible victim. This Japanese super-seller, translated by Jonathan Lloyd-Davies, is a police-procedural conspiracy thriller involving two disappearances that also rivetingly dramatises the mindsets and lifestyles of contemporary Japan. After publishing new adventures for Sherlock Holmes and James Bond, Anthony Horowitz returns to original work with Magpie Murders Orion , a lovely puzzle in which a writer of sleepy English sleuth stuff may have buried nastier scenes from real life in his latest manuscript. A writer popularised by TV, Ann Cleeves, confirms that she is the best living evoker of landscape, with Cold Earth Macmillan , the seventh book in her Shetland series, in which a landslide reveals crime.
Business Insider has affiliate partnerships so we may get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Whether that's listening to Sarah Koenig's popular podcast "Serial," watching HBO's latest runaway hit, "The Night Of," or reading Paula Hawkin's best-selling "The Girl on the Train" before it hits theaters on October 7, suspense thrillers and whodunit stories are consistent favorites. Have a look and pick up the one that piques your interest.
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