Ahhh, there’s nothing like a good thrift shop to make the world rosy-colored again. For my birthday recently, I took the day off work and indulged in a good, old-fashioned (literally!) thrifting trip.
Thrillers and reading slumps. If you’re passionate about thriller books or reading in general, then chances are you’ve experienced a reading slump a time or two in your life.
Do you ever pick up a thriller novel and just know you’re going to love it? That’s what happened to me recently. I was browsing at the library looking for a copy of Jane Harper’s, The Lost Man. I’m a big fan of Ms. Harper’s, as you might remember from this post and this Thriller Book Recommendation segment.
Really looking forward to sharing two new thriller books with you guys! Before I dive in I wanted to let you know about a new group I’m creating via social media: #thrillerbooktribe. If you’re creating a new blog post, tweet, Instagram post or anything else online that you think other thriller readers would enjoy, please use the tag. I hope it will bring together like-minded readers so that we can better spread the word on great thriller novels.
Reading thriller books can be such a captivating experience. When you’re “down deep” into the book, coming out of it and back to reality is disconcerting at best, nearly paralyzing at worst. I’m excited to offer two new thriller book recommendations to you, along with the third “bonus” suspense recommendation…just for fun.
I hope you’re looking for some great new suspense books to read. If so, I have some fantastic thriller book recommendations for you! Darcy Coates and Paul Doiron were both new-to-me authors, and I’m definitely looking forward to reading more by both of them.
Which were the best mystery books and suspense books I read in 2018? This was not an easy task. Unless you’re really careful about tracking what you read (I’m not) it can be hard to remember the titles long enough to recommend them to anyone…