Category: Suspense/Thriller

Pretty Dead Girls – Monica Murphy

I finally get her where I want her, folks, and wouldn’t you know, she starts giving me attitude within seconds. “And why am I here again?” Gretchen snags the lit joint from my fingers and brings it to her mouth, taking a long drag. She holds the smoke in, her bright green eyes narrowed, her […]

Pieces of Her – Karin Slaughter

For years, even while she’d loved him, part of her had hated him in that childish way that you hate something you can’t control. He was headstrong, and stupid, and handsome, which gave him cover for a hell of a lot of the mistakes he continually made—the same mistakes, over and over again, because why […]

Perfect Stranger – Jake Cross

 Chris’s wife walked into the kitchen, mail in hand and favouring her right ankle today. She held up a note. It was a piece of thick white paper the size of a postcard. It was blank. Blank except for those eight words which he could read even from six feet away. I KNOW WHAT YOU […]

Perfect Girls – Alison James

It’s all so easy. The website had promised ‘a super-slick check-in process’, and it is. A message with the address and directions arrives twenty-four hours in advance, and another suggests an arrival time, stressing that this is negotiable. On the day, there’s a quick hello, a mention of a couple of important things to remember, […]

Paranoid – Lisa Jackson

Are you out of your frickin’ mind? The nagging voice in Rachel’s brain chased after her as she ran through the dry weeds that had sprouted through decades-old asphalt. The night was dark, just a sliver of the moon visible, its pale light a dim glow that came and went in the undulating clouds overhead. […]

Paradox – Catherine Coulter

Wake up, wake up. Something’s not right . Sherlock’s eyes snapped open, adrenaline surging. But why? She didn’t move, listened. There—three beeps coming from the security monitor beside the bed. She’d never heard them before, but she knew what it meant: the security system was oА. The beeps would get louder and louder. Possibilities scurried […]

Pandemic – Robin Cook

On the warm summer day of August 17, 2012, the newly released issue of Science magazine contained an article about bacterial immunity with a title so esoteric that latenight talk-show hosts could have used it in their monologues to make fun of scientific gobbledygook. But the article’s publication has turned out to be an enormously […]

Out of the Dark – Gregg Hurwitz

Evan is nineteen, fresh of the plane, trained up, mission-ready. And yet untested. His first assignment as Orphan X. He adjusts rapidly to this foreign place, a city with drizzly rain, imperious ministry buildings, and men who kiss on both cheeks. His backstop is impeccable, endorsed by visas, a well-stamped passport, verifiable previous addresses, and […]

Ours is the Winter – Laurie Ellingham

Erica ‘Why are you doing this? You don’t even like dogs.’ Henry’s voice echoed in Erica’s head as she scooped up her rucksack and boots from the bedroom floor. In a matter of minutes the sky outside the window had turned from inky blue to light grey, picking out the bedroom furniture in dull shadow. […]

Our Little Lies – Sue Watson

It’s the way he says her name that first alerts me. I’m buttering toast for the children when he says ‘Caroline…’ I don’t hear the rest, just the way his mouth caresses Caroline. It’s hard to explain, but something tells me she’s more than a colleague. Perhaps it’s the way his tongue rolls languorously over […]

Our Kind of Cruelty – Araminta Hall

The rules of the Crave were simple. V and I went to a nightclub in a predetermined place a good way from where we lived. We travelled there together, but entered separately. We made our way to the bar and stood far enough apart for it to seem like we weren’t together, but close enough […]

Only Daughter – Sarah A. Denzil

If you were here with me now, I’d say sorry for everything. I know I’ve let you down, disappointed you, and it hurts. This is how it ends for me, isn’t it? Alone with my thoughts, with my pain, all the regrets about who I am and how I acted coming back to haunt me. […]

One Potato, Two Potato, Dead – Lynn Cahoon

Angie Turner shivered as she all but ran to the barn to feed her only hen, Mabel, and the newest member of the Turner household, Precious, the goat she’d found earlier that year. Fall had come hard to the little farm town of River Vista, Idaho. She’d known when she moved north from San Francisco […]

One Perfect Lie – Lisa Scottoline

Chris Brennan was applying for a teaching job at Central Valley High School, but he was a fraud. His resume was fake, and his identity completely phony. So far he’d fooled the personnel director, the assistant principal, and the chairperson of the Social Studies Department. This morning was his final interview, with the principal, Dr. […]

One of Us is Next – Karen M. McManus

My sister thinks I’m a slacker. She’s not coming right out and saying it—or texting it, technically—but it’s heavily implied: Did you check out that list of colleges I sent? Winter of your junior year isn’t too early to start looking. It’s actually kind of late. We could visit some places when I’m home for […]

One Night at the Lake – Bethany Chase

I PROBABLY SHOULD HAVE PRETENDED to be at least little bit sad about my best friend’s breakup, but it was a tough ask considering I knew all along the guy was a malletfaced shitweasel. And besides, it’s not like I’ve ever been shy about speaking my mind. June knew what she was in for when […]

One Minute Out – Mark Greaney

GORNJI CRNAČ, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA The grandfather of six stood on his front porch, a cup of tea in hand as he looked out across the valley at the green hills, thinking of the old days. They didn’t seem so long ago, but still he often wondered where they had gone. The warm afternoon tired […]

One Good Deed – David Baldacci

IT WAS A GOOD DAY to be free of prison. The mechanical whoosh and greasy smell of the opening bus doors greeted Aloysius Archer, as he breathed free air for the first time in a while. He wore a threadbare single-breasted brown Victory suit with peak lapels that he’d bought from the Sears, Roebuck catalogue […]

One Fear – Belle Brooks

The howls of dingoes fill thick air. They’re ravenous, and their need to kill is strong—so is mine. I lie listening to their hunger for blood; it’s intoxicating. I will have her and release my demons when I get my feed. Patience is the key. Her long brown hair — matching brown eyes — she’s […]

Once Upon a Ghost – Erin McCarthy

As I stepped into Cezar Wozniak’s lake house, I decided I had ninety-nine problems—but at least a ghost wasn’t one. I wasn’t sure if my brief tenure as a spiritual medium (against my will, I might add) was over, since I hadn’t seen a ghost in weeks, but I was hoping it was because real […]

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