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Another week, another batch of books for your TBR pile. Happy reading, folks.



Kathleen Hale, Slenderman: Online Obsession, Mental Illness, and the Violent Crime of Two Midwestern Girls

“Searing . . . As the first researcher into the case to draw extensively from transcripts of vital records, Hale has produced what stands as the most accurate account to date of this horrifying episode. This is a must for true crime fans.”
–Publishers Weekly


Catherine Ryan Howard, Run Time

“Howard makes her lead’s experiences feel fresh and immediate as she breathes new life into tired horror tropes. Riley Sager fans will be riveted.”
–Publishers Weekly


Winnie M. Li, Complicit
(Atria/Emily Bestler Books)

“A masterful example of the slow burn thriller, highlighting the still all-too-true fact that often the real terror for women is simply existing in a man’s world. Also an ode to the power and beauty of story-telling. I loved it.”
–Araminta Hall


Joy Fielding, The Housekeeper
(Ballantine Books)

“We can always count on Joy Fielding to turn out a well-dressed, well-developed psychological suspense novel.”
–The Globe and Mail


Michael J. Seidlinger, Anybody Home?
(Clash Books)

“Michael J. Seidlinger is a true innovator. The narrative shards of Anybody Home? cascade over the reader in a collage of troubling, sometimes half-seen images, and the wicked, insinuating, deeply unsettling voice weaves through the back of your mind and crouches in your dreams. A chilling and unforgettable book.”
–Dan Chaon


Mark Pryor, Die Around Sundown

“Pryor has constructed a compelling wartime mystery, and he’s made 1940 Paris a vividly real place.”


Olaf Olafsson, Touch

“Olafsson’s treatment of the vast cultural chasm between Icelander Kristófer, and Miko…brings suspense and heartache to the reader.”
–Library Journal


Ashley Flowers, All Good People Here

“This intricate, intriguing puzzler should surprise even those readers certain they know where the plot’s heading. Flowers is off to a promising start.”
–Publishers Weekly


Ryan la Sala, The Honeys

“La Sala gives real-life fears a supernatural twist, cleverly using folk horror and psychological-thriller elements to heighten Mars’ understandable tension and infuse this idyllic location with dread….The eerily ambivalent conclusion is pure horror gold.”


Ashley Winstead, The Last Housewife
(Sourcebooks Landmark)

“A story that needs to be told―about misogyny, sexual violence, and human trafficking, and how innocent trust can lead to abusive seduction…This explosive cautionary tale of a ‘podcast meets sex cult meets murder’ will captivate fans of twisted psychological suspense.”
–Library Journal

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