If You Liked Girl on the Train

Read one of these:

Don’t Try to Find Me / Holly Brown

It’s every parent’s nightmare: to have a child go missing. Fourteen-year-old Marley, only child of Rachel and Paul Willits, leaves a brief message that starts, “Don’t try to find me,” when she heads across country to be with Brandon, the boy she fell in love with online. Increasingly distraught as the days pass, Paul mobilizes a nationwide effort to find his daughter, while Rachel—her secrets made public—becomes more and more suspect.

The Secret Place / Tana French

A year after the brutal murder of a young man on the grounds of posh St. Kilda’s school for girls, the case remains unsolved. Then Holly Mackey, a 16-year-old Kilda’s student and the daughter of Dublin Murder Squad’s Machiavellian Frank Mackey, approaches Detective Stephen Moran with a tantalizing clue: a card with a photo of the victim and the words, “I KNOW WHO KILLED HIM,” which she says she plucked from a school bulletin board.

The Silent Wife / A.S.A. Harrison

Told in alternating voices, this gripping debut exposes the 20-year relationship of Jodi and Todd; it’s a comfortable, stable union marred only by Todd’s infidelities. When his last one goes too far, Jodi learns the lengths she’s willing to go when she’s got nothing left to lose.

 

Elizabeth is Missing / Emma Healey

Your best friend doesn’t respond to calls or knocks on the door. A moving van is loaded with your friend’s possessions. Your friend’s son, a nasty, grasping type, seems to have taken over. You report what’s going on to the police, to your daughter, to anyone who will listen. No one believes you. You hardly know whether to believe yourself since you know that your memory, lately, has gotten so bad.

I Found You / Lisa Jewell

A lonely single mom who offers shelter to an amnesiac man and a young bride who is told that her missing husband never existed struggle to make sense of their transforming worlds and connection to a sister and brother whose lives where shattered by secrets more than two decades earlier.

Luckiest Girl Alive / 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.

 

Every Last Lie / Mary Kubica

A woman who loses her husband in a car crash that her daughter survived unharmed, begins to suspect his death wasn’t an accident.

 

What Alice Forgot / Liane Moriarty

Suffering an accident that causes her to forget the last ten years of her life, Alice is astonished to discover that she is thirty-nine years old, a mother of three children, and in the midst of an acrimonious divorce from a man she dearly loves.

 

Pretty Girls / Karin Slaughter

Teenage Julia disappeared 20 years ago, and her family has never been the same. Julia’s body was never found, preventing her parents and sisters from coming to terms with their loss. Lydia, a single mother struggling to support herself, has long been estranged from her sister, Claire, due to the accusations Lydia leveled against Claire’s wealthy husband, Paul.

The Woman in Cabin 10 / Ruth Ware

An intruder in the middle of the night leaves Lo Blacklock feeling vulnerable. Trying to shake off her fears, she hopes her big break of covering the maiden voyage of the luxury cruise ship, the Aurora, will help. The first night of the voyage changes everything. What did she really see in the water and who was the woman in the cabin next door?

 

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