Thrillers Looking forward for next month

Hey guys! Today I thought I would do something different–it seems many great thrillers will be released in next month and so I thought I would share some of the thrillers that I am looking forward to read or I have already read and would recommend you all to read it.

  1. Never Saw Me Coming – Vera Kurian
Never Saw Me Coming

Why I am looking forward to this thriller?

The plot line sounds interesting to me. Normally, I have read psychological thrillers where the main protagonist could be either delusional, naïve with mental health issues. Here, the main protagonist is a psychopath and ends up becoming a victim. And the story sets on the grounds of campus so that makes it more intriguing to read. I have requested an ARC but so far I haven’t got one yet so I am looking forward for it.

This book will be published on September 7th 2021

Meet Chloe Sevre. She’s a freshman honor student, a leggings-wearing hot girl next door, who also happens to be a psychopath. Her hobbies include yogalates, frat parties, and plotting to kill Will Bachman, a childhood friend who grievously wronged her.

Chloe is one of seven students at her DC-based college who are part of an unusual clinical study for psychopaths—students like herself who lack empathy and can’t comprehend emotions like fear or guilt. The study, led by a renowned psychologist, requires them to wear smart watches that track their moods and movements.

When one of the students in the study is found murdered in the psychology building, a dangerous game of cat and mouse begins, and Chloe goes from hunter to prey. As she races to identify the killer and put her own plan into action, she’ll be forced to decide if she can trust any of her fellow psychopaths—and everybody knows you should never trust a psychopath.

Never Saw Me Coming is a compulsive, voice-driven thriller by an exciting new voice in fiction, that will keep you pinned to the page and rooting for a would-be killer.

2. Rock, Paper and Scissors – Alice Fenney

Rock Paper Scissors

Why I am looking forward to this thriller?

The plot sounds interesting, and so many good raving reviews from this book, so I am looking forward to read this book!

This book will be published on September 7th 2021

Think you know the person you married? Think again…

Things have been wrong with Mr and Mrs Wright for a long time. When Adam and Amelia win a weekend away to Scotland, it might be just what their marriage needs. Self-confessed workaholic and screenwriter Adam Wright has lived with face blindness his whole life. He can’t recognize friends or family, or even his own wife.
Every anniversary the couple exchange traditional gifts – paper, cotton, pottery, tin – and each year Adam’s wife writes him a letter that she never lets him read. Until now. They both know this weekend will make or break their marriage, but they didn’t randomly win this trip. One of them is lying, and someone doesn’t want them to live happily ever after.

Ten years of marriage. Ten years of secrets. And an anniversary they will never forget.

Rock Paper Scissors is the latest exciting domestic thriller from the queen of the killer twist, New York Times bestselling author Alice Feeney

3. Nice Girls – Catherine Dang

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Why I am looking forward to this thriller?

Again the synopsis kind of made me interested in this book. A girl who studied at Ivy League returns back to hometown after dropping out of the college and works in a grocery store when the town’s sweet heart disappeared. Sounds appealing to me.

Will be published on September 7th 2021

What did you do?

Growing up in Liberty Lake, Minnesota, Mary was chubby, awkward, and smart. Earning a scholarship to an Ivy League school was her ticket out; she was going to do great things and never look back. Three years later, “Ivy League Mary” is back—a thinner, cynical, and restless failure. Kicked out of Cornell at the beginning of senior year, she won’t tell anyone why. Working at the local grocery store, she sees familiar faces from high school and tries to make sense of the past and her life.

When beautiful, magnetic Olivia Willand, a rising social media star, goes missing, Mary—like the rest of Liberty Lake—becomes obsessed. Best friends in childhood, Mary and Olivia haven’t spoken in years. Everyone admired Olivia, but Mary knows better than anyone that behind the Instagram persona hid a willful, manipulative girl with sharp edges. As the world worries for perfect, lovely Olivia, Mary can’t help but hate her. She also believes that her disappearance is tied to another missing person—a nineteen-year-old girl named DeMaria Jackson whose disappearance has gone under the radar.  

Who was the true Olivia Willand, and where did she go? What happened to DeMaria? As Mary delves deeper into the lives of the two missing girls, old wounds bleed fresh and painful secrets threaten to destroy everything.

Maybe no one is really a nice girl, after all.

4. My Sweet Girl – Amanda Jayatissa

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I have already read and reviewed this book–I enjoyed this book which was actually fast paced with twists and turns and an unreliable character you would hate or love. Set between two different time lines between Sri Lanka and USA, I would recommend this book if you are into thrillers with unreliable narrator (if you are not then don’t read this book)

Will be published on September 14th 2021

Paloma thought her perfect life would begin once she was adopted and made it to America, but she’s about to find out that no matter how far you run, your past always catches up to you…

Ever since she was adopted from a Sri Lankan orphanage, Paloma has had the best of everything—schools, money, and parents so perfect that she fears she’ll never live up to them.

Now at thirty years old and recently cut off from her parents’ funds, she decides to sublet the second bedroom of her overpriced San Francisco apartment to Arun, who recently moved from India. Paloma has to admit, it feels good helping someone find their way in America—that is until Arun discovers Paloma’s darkest secret, one that could jeopardize her own fragile place in this country.

Before Paloma can pay Arun off, she finds him face down in a pool of blood. She flees the apartment but by the time the police arrive, there’s no body—and no evidence that Arun ever even existed in the first place.

Paloma is terrified this is all somehow tangled up in the desperate actions she took to escape Sri Lanka so many years ago. Did Paloma’s secret die with Arun or is she now in greater danger than ever before?

Well, that’s all I have with the thrillers. I’ll make another list of romance novels that I’ll be looking forward for next month soon!

Which of these books would you want to read?

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