Psychological Suspense
 
In a dark, dark wood
by Ruth Ware

Reluctantly accepting an old friend's invitation to spend a weekend in the English countryside, reclusive writer Leonora awakens in a hospital badly injured, unable to recall what happened and confronting a growing certainty that someone involved has died
What the dead know
by Laura Lippman

Interviewing a distressed and disoriented woman who has fled the scene of an accident, Baltimore County police department detective Kevin Infante is amazed when she claims to be the younger of a pair of sisters who were abducted thirty years earlier, a statement that she seems completely unable to prove.
The arsonist
by Sue Miller

A series of summer house fires exposes deep social faults in the hometown of Frankie Rowley, who makes unsettling discoveries about her aging parents while engaging in a passionate affair with a local journalist.
Songs for the missing
by Stewart O'Nan

When a popular high-school student goes missing from her small Midwestern community, her loving parents, introverted sister, friends, and boyfriend devote themselves to finding her, an effort that gives way to pleading television appearances, private investigations, and intimate struggles to cling to hope. 
Behind closed doors
by B. A. Paris

The friends of a seemingly perfect socialite couple begin to see cracks in the facade when they realize that the husband and wife are never apart and that there are bars on one of their upstairs windows.
The lost and the found
by Cat Clarke

More than a decade after witnessing her older sister's abduction, Faith is astonished by the appearance of a disoriented young woman who is revealed to be her long-lost sister and who triggers disturbing events that isolate Faith from her family and cause her to question her sister's motives.
Find her : a novel
by Lisa Gardner

Requesting the assistance of a survivor of an extended abduction experience who has become obsessed with the cases of girls who never made it home, Boston detective D. D. Warren becomes suspicious of the woman's agenda upon discovering her relationships with other victims. By a #1 New York Times best-selling author.
Cartwheel : a novel
by Jennifer DuBois

A tale inspired by the high-profile international murder case follows the experiences of an American foreign exchange student who is implicated in the brutal murder of her roommate and the deceptions, secrets and predispositions that shape her defense. By the PEN/Hemingway Prize finalist author of A Partial History of Lost Causes.
The fever : a novel
by Megan E. Abbott

A small town becomes unraveled after a young teen has a scary, unexplained seizure in her high school class and rumors of a hazardous illness quickly move through the school and the community, spreading hysteria and destroying friendships and families. 
Apple tree yard : [a novel]
by Louise Doughty

Sitting in a courtroom after being charged with murder, a geneticist and happily married mother of two reflects on her affair with a secret lover who claimed a connection to the British government and who seduced her with an irresistible combination of sexual power, justice and revenge. By the award-nominated author of Whatever You Love. 
Luckiest girl alive
by Jessica Knoll

Grooming herself for an ideal life involving a successful career and a happy marriage, a rising young journalist confronts a violent episode from her past that threatens to unravel everything she has worked to achieve.
Always watching
by Chevy Stevens

Having dedicated her career to helping others, psychiatrist Nadine Lavoie struggles with family mental health issues that have resulted in claustrophobia and blocked memories, a condition that disturbingly parallels the challenges of a new patient and implicates the long-ago leader of a remote commune where Nadine lived in childhood.
Before I go to sleep : a novel
by S. J. Watson

Without her husband's knowledge, Christine, whose memory is damaged by a long-ago accident, is treated by a neurologist who helps her to remember her former self through journal entries until inconsistencies begin to emerge, raising disturbing questions. 
Fragile
by Lisa Unger

When her rebellious teenage son's girlfriend goes missing under suspicious circumstances, Maggie becomes increasingly fearful about unsettling ties between the investigation and an unsolved missing-person case from 20 years earlier that involved her police officer husband.
The girl before : a novel
by J P Delaney

Seizing a unique opportunity to rent a one-of-a-kind house, a damaged young woman falls in love with the enigmatic architect who designed the residence, unaware that she is following in the footsteps of a doomed former tenant.

Sharp objects : a novel
by Gillian Flynn

Reluctantly returning to her hometown after an eight-year absence to investigate the murders of two preteen girls, reporter Camille Preaker is reunited with her neurotic mother and enigmatic, thirteen-year-old half-sister as she works to uncover the truth about the killings, a probe that leads her all too close to the secrets of her own past.


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