Really, I should have just called this a huge thriller book wishlist because that is literally all I am reading right now and all I am buying. I have a huge wishlist of other books I want too, but the majority are thrillers and I’m most excited for them tbh. Plus, I know how long this post is going to end up being, so without further ado, here’s my huge book wishlist.
Sunday Morning Coming Down – Nicci French
If you’ve seen my ‘What I’ve Been Reading’ posts, you’ll know how obsessed I became with Nicci French’s Frieda Klein novels, and the only one I haven’t read is the latest, Sunday Morning Coming Down so it’s currently at the top of my list. All the books have had different stories, but they’ve all had the same back story, about how Dean Reeve is messing with Frieda and she can’t prove it and I think it becomes the main story in this one. That makes me very excited.
The Angel – Katerina Diamond
I’ve already pre-ordered this, and I am trying to wait patiently for the 21st of September but it’s so bloody hard. I’ve read both of Katerina’s books and absolutely loved them, I think I read both within a week and I’ve literally told everyone about them. They are definitely not for the faint hearted. The Angel is the third in the DS Imogen Grey series, I’m not sure where the back story is going to go, I think it will be following her partner in this one, but the main story sounds very intriguing, someones murdered and they may have locked the wrong person up for it. Can’t wait to see where it goes.
I Let You Go – Clare Mackintosh
I already own I See You by Clare but I haven’t read it yet because I’m determined to read I Let You Go First. By the sounds of it, it’s your usual ‘past catching up with them’ kind of story but I’ve heard that the suspense to find everything out is pretty good so I’m really looking forward to finally getting my hands on it.
Last Seen – Lucy Clarke
I’ve not actually seen anyone talk about this book anywhere to be honest, but it does keep popping up on my Amazon so it must be good right? 7 years ago 2 boys went missing at sea, one survived but on the anniversary of the accident, the boy that survived suddenly disappears. That sounds right up my street. Again I want to go into it completely blind, no little spoilers or anything and I can’t wait
The Foster Child – Jenny Blackhurst
I am sooo excited for this book, I can’t even express it. I pre-orded it as soon as I could and now I’m going to wait as patiently as possible for November when I can finally get my hands on it. Both of Jenny’s other books had me hooked from the start so you can see why I’m so excited. This ones about a psychologist, Imogen, that takes on the case of a 11 year old girl who was the only survivor of a fire that killed her family, everyone thinks the girl is dangerous, and Imogen may be putting herself in danger. I don’t know what to expect, but I know it’s going to be good.
After I’ve Gone – Linda Green
I’ve just finished Linda’s other book, While My Eyes Were closed and I absolutely loved it, when I got to the end I saw that she was releasing a new one, After I’ve Gone, very soon and even though I have way too many books as it is, and not enough money to fund this addiction, I think I may be pre-ordering this very soon. I already kind of know what this ones about but I cannot see where it’s going to go at all, I also know that the girl in the book is called Jess and she’s 22, I don’t know if I feel scared or excited haha! Can’t wait for it.
Last Seen Alive – Claire Douglas
After reading Local Girl Missing I knew I wanted to read more by Claire and I’d noticed Last Seen Alive popping up on Amazon quite a lot so after checking out the reviews of course it went on my wishlist and I think it will be on my book shelf very soon (I am going to end up homeless) It sounds amazing though, very secretive and spooky. It sounds like it’s another ‘what happened in the past’ books but quite different and more unnerving which excites me a lot.
Then She Was Gone – Lisa Jewell
I read I Found You by Lisa Jewell not that long ago and I’m telling you, it was one of the most interesting stories I’ve read. I didn’t expect it at all, I cant even count the amount of twists there were and I didn’t expect any of them so I’m guessing Then She Was Gone is going to be just as incredible. I’ve had a quick read of what it’s going to be about and again I couldn’t even guess where the story is going to go, all I know is there’s a girl that’s been missing for 10 years. & this just makes it so much more exciting to read. There’s nothing better than starting a book completely blind to the story and being surprised on every page.
Lies – T. M. Logan
I’ve not heard a single thing about this book I just know that it’s the best seller on Amazon. Even when I read what it was about, it gave nothing away but the reviews make it sound pretty good. All I know is Joe, a happily married man, see’s a confrontation between his wife and a family friend, Ben, and confronts him. With one small push, Ben is laying on the ground, not moving. So you can see why I have no idea where it’s going to go at all but that’s the reason I adore psychological suspense thrillers.
Into The Water – Paula Hawkins
I’ve been avoiding spoilers about this book like it’s the flu because I just can deal with hard backs so I’m waiting till it’s finally released in paperback. It drives me nuts actually, why can’t they just bloody sell both at the same time for crying out loud. Anyway I can’t decided whether I’m actually looking forward to it, but still I need to read it. I’ve seen that’s it’s got quite a few bad reviews but going into it thinking it’s going to be a bit rubbish will probably make it better anyway.
In A Cottage In A Wood – Cass Green
This book sounds amazing and I so wish I could read it now! I’m very tempted to pre-order it & it’s sat in my basket waiting. It seems like it’s going to be a very dark and spooky thriller, not like I often read and to be honest, I’m a right wuss with anything like that but I just love the not knowing and the suspense and I can imagine that this is going to be filled with it so I’m really looking forward to it!
The Women In Cabin 10 – Ruth Ware
So many people have recommended this book to me now so I have very high hopes for it. I’ve heard that it’s quite far fetched but sometimes I love that in a book, I suppose it depends on the story and whether it fits. The women in Cabin 10 is about a women who’s on a cruise and see’s someone, that doesn’t ‘exist’, being thrown overboard. So far, I’ve not read anything like this and I think I might really enjoy it, I hope so anyway.
In A Dark, Dark Wood – Ruth Ware
This is another book that I’ve been recommended by everyone, literally and I’ve been dying to read for so long now! I’ve read up about the book, about Nora going to Clare’s hen party, but that’s it, I refuse to read anymore about it because I want to start it not knowing anything and be excited about it. Which I really, really am. The reviews seem okay too, although I’ve only read a few, but I have high hopes for this book!
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