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5. ‘We Need to Talk About Kevin‘ by Lionel Shriver


Even though you know that Kevin murdered seven of his classmates and a teacher from the beginning of this spellbinding book, the impossibility of putting it down comes from finding out how he came to do such an atrocious thing. Page after page of his mother’s letters to his father slowly reveal his unsettling childhood, leading up to the day of the massacre, and you won’t be able to stop until there’s nothing left to read. Read More
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6. ‘Bury This‘ by Andrea Portes


Like most small towns, Beth Krause’s home in Michigan is full of secrets, including the answer to what really happened to her all those years ago. As a group of film students begins to make a documentary of Beth’s life and disappearance, they will quickly find out that there are few truths that can stay hidden — and you’ll be hanging on to their every shocking discovery. Read More
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7. ‘In the Woods‘ by Tana French


History repeats itself for detective Rob Ryan who, 20 years after surviving a traumatic experience in the woods that left three children presumed dead, must face the same woods again in a chillingly similar murder of a young girl. Gripping as it is suspenseful, this page-turner will have you hanging on until the last sentence — and reaching for the next title in French’s Dublin Murder Squad series. Read More
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8. ‘The Secret History‘ by Donna Tartt


Some of the best page-turners are those where the characters know all the answers, but they keep the readers in the dark from chapter to chapter. Donna Tartt’s psychological thriller does just that by introducing a group of esteemed college graduates with a shared dark and twisted secret that only comes to full light after a second crime has taken place. Suspenseful from start to finish, The Secret History lives up to its name, and will keep you in the dark all the way to the end. Read More
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