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Wanted: Gritty psychological thrillers

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Wanted: Gritty psychological thrillers

Post Number:#1 by jdjung
» 03 Nov 2017, 17:01

I just finished reading "What Lies Within", which I received from this site. It's exactly what I love in a book: It's a seedy, gritty psychological thriller.

Any recommendations for books similar to this. Another example of what I love are Candice Fox's books (Hades, Eve and Fall)

Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated!
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Re: Wanted: Gritty psychological thrillers

Post Number:#2 by Lincolnshirelass
» 14 Nov 2017, 03:53

I have recently read an excellent book by Joanne Harris called 'Blue Eyed Boy' that may fit the bill. I like the use it makes of modern media, and it has a particularly creepy psychotic child! VERY different from many of her other books, that I also love.
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