6 Thrillers To Help You Beat The Winter Blues

If you’re looking for some exciting spooky reads to help with the post holiday blues, then you’re in luck! These books are interesting, well written, creepy and will keep you occupied and entranced through the winter months.

Here are the top thrillers to be cozying up with this winter:

An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen

An Anonymous Girl follows Jessica Farris as she decides to make some quick money by entering into an NYU psychiatrist’s study about ethics and morality. Study leader, Dr. Lydia Shields, has Jessica mesmerized at first but as the expirements become increasingly manipulative and controlling in every aspect of Jessica’s life, it may be too late to stop.

A Stranger in The House by Shari Lapena

If you loved Shari Lapena’s ‘The Couple Next Door’, then prepare to be blown away by A Stranger in The House. Left with no memory after a terrible car accident, Karen Krupp sets out to piece together what happened and more importantly, why.

Call me Evie by J.P. Pomare

Seventeen year old Kate Bennet is held against her will in an isolated cabin by her captor, Bill, who claims he is hiding her there to protect her from something terrible she did back home in Melbourne. Bill says he’ll help her fill in the blanks of her shattered memory but something in his story just isn’t adding up.

Someone Knows by Lisa Scottoline

Lisa Scottoline’s Someone Knows is an addicting ride through Allie Garvey’s past that will surely keep you on the edge of your seat. Her dark secret has been eating away at her for over two decades, distancing her from everyone that she loves. The police were never involved but it seems that not getting caught is turning out to be a far worse punishment.

When The Lights Go Out by Mary Kubica

In When The Lights Go Out, Jessie Sloan is forced to question her own identity after her ailing mother dies, leaving her to discover that her whole life has been a lie. As she begins making one bad decision after another, telling reality from illusion becomes increasingly difficult.

Come Find Me by Megan Miranda

After surviving a family tragedy, Kennedy Jones sets out to keep her brother’s search through the cosmos alive when something disturbs the frequency on his radio telescope. In a neighbouring county, Nolan Chandler picks up the same odd signal from his brother’s bedroom, the only problem is that his brother has been missing for two years. The two teens are drawn together by these signals and must work together to uncover the sinister origin.

♡ Lauren

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