1. The Kind Worth Killing by Peter Swanson.. It all starts with a game of truth, which ends up as a psychological page turner that keeps you reading, analyzing and guessing. Sex, murder, lies and truth are all mixed up in this suspenseful story.
2. Disclaimer by Renee Knight .. Another psychological thriller filled with secrets, revenge and the price of lying. Along with the main character, we learn the importance of confronting the truth. This novel will leave you stunned at the end.
“Chris Bohjalian has often gone to the well of current social issues for his plots.. If he doesn’t exactly rip his stories from the headlines, he cuts them with care and studies his subjects thoroughly.”
People of the future may suffer not from an absence of choice but from a paralysing surfeit of it. They may turn out to be victims of that peculiarly super-industrial dilemma: overchoice.
"i love when I read something that feels like the writer has taken a blade to my chest and cut my heart out."