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Last week, I went on a little shopping spree on the World of Books website and ended up picking up all thrillers, none of which were YA and I thought it would be nice to show them here for the sake of a little variety. Obviously these books are going to sound a little darker than those that I regularly haul/review, but I do occasionally like darker projects.
Worth noting, the two Lucy Clarke novels named Last Seen and A Single Breath, I bought after reading The Blue and rating it five stars! Last Seen was from a supermarket for about £3-4 and A Single Breath another online retailer for around £3.
Sabine durrant’s lie with me
A few little lies never hurt anyone. Right? Wrong. Paul has a plan. He has a vision of a better future, and he's going to make it happen. If it means hiding or exaggerating a few things here and there, no harm done. But when he charms his way on to a family holiday...And finds himself trapped among tensions and emotions he doesn't understand...By the time he starts to realise that however painful the truth is, it's the lies that cause the real damage...Well, by then, it might just be too late.
Julia heaberlin’s black-eyed susans
Seventeen-year-old Tessa, dubbed a 'Black-Eyed Susan' by the media, became famous for being the only victim to survive the vicious attack of a serial killer. Her testimony helped to put a dangerous criminal behind bars - or so she thought. Now, decades later the black-eyed susans planted outside Tessa's bedroom window seem to be a message from a killer who should be safely in prison. Haunted by fragmented memories of the night she was attacked and terrified for her own teenage daughter's safety, can Tessa uncover the truth about the killer before it's too late?
Lucy clarke’s the sea sisters
Katie's carefully structured world is shattered by the news that her headstrong younger sister, Mia, has been found dead in Bali - and the police claim it was suicide. With only the entries of Mia's travel journal as her guide, Katie retraces the last few months of her sister's life, and - page by page, country by country - begins to uncover the mystery surrounding her death. What she discovers changes everything. But will her search for the truth push their sisterly bond - and Katie - to breaking point?
Lucy clarke’s the blue