Sarah Hurley Book Club – My Favourite Psychological Thrillers

Psychological thrillers are SO popular right now (and rightly so!) but they have been one of my favourite genres for years, so today I thought I’d share a few of my favourites, these are great ones to start with if you’re new to this genre or hopefully something new for you to check out if it’s also one of your favourites!

See Jane Run by Joy Fielding Sarah Hurley Book Club

One of the first psychological thrillers I remember reading, Joy Fielding went on to become one of my favourite authors in this space. See Jane Run follows the story of Jane as she recovers from Amnesia and struggles to piece together her life while not knowing who she can trust, is her husband covering up a terrible secret? Grab your copy here on Amazon or Barnes & Noble.

Her Perfect Life Sam Hepburn Sarah Hurley Book Club

Her Perfect Life by Sam Hepburn

One of my favourites I’ve read recently, I stumbled across this book by accident and I’m SO glad I did. Gracie has the perfect life, great career, perfect husband, adorable child, perfect home and a messed up friend, Juliet, who doesn’t seem to fit at all. How long will things remain perfect? Grab your copy here on Amazon.

The One John Marrs Sarah Hurley Book Club

The One by John Marrs

John Marrs has quickly become one of my favourite authors and this is my favourite book of his. A simple DNA test finds your perfect match from anyone around the world but what are the consequences? Secrets and Soul Mates clash with a thrilling ending! Grab your copy here on Amazon or Barnes & Noble.

I’d love to know what you think of my picks, please let me know in the comments, link me to your reviews or tag me on social media using the hashtag #sarahhurleybookclub so I can check out your thoughts.

Thank you for dropping by today!
Sarah x

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