Books For Fans of Paula Hawkins
Paula Hawkins is a former journalist who is now a New York Times Best Selling Author in the fiction area. Some of her titles include The Girl On The Train and Into The Water. The Girl On The Train is an international bestseller. She was born in Zimbabwe and now is a British citizen.
If you like psychological thrillers you may want to read some of these books.
Before I Go To Sleep by S.J. Watson
Every night Christine Lucas sleeps, her near-term memory is erased due to an accident that she experienced. Each morning, she is told the story of her marriage, her accident, and her family, and she reads a journal that her doctor encouraged her to keep. It isn't long though before Christine starts to suspect everything isn't quite right. She feels her husband isn't telling her the complete truth.
The Perfect Stranger by Megan Miranda
Leah Stevens is threatened with a lawsuit and a restraining order is issued against her. To change her life she decides to move to a small-town Pennsylvania. But what happens when someone who looks like Leah is assaulted near her town might mean a bigger danger than what she faced in the city.
A Simple Favor by Darcey Bell
Emily asks her friend Stephanie to pick up her son from school and of course, Stephanie does. Their kids are best friends after all. But Emily doesn't come back to pick her son up and doesn't answer her phone. What happened to Emily?
The Day I Died by Lori Rader-Day
Anna Winger is a handwriting specialist who can profile a writer with barely a glance at one's handwriting. When she is called into user her expertise on a murder case in her new small town, her past is unearthed. A past that she tried desperately to hard. She will have to fight every part of her past to keep herself and her son alive.
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
On their fifth Wedding Anniversary Amy disappears and her husband Nick is quickly named the suspect. Amy's friends come forward saying that she kept secrets and he is firm in his belief that it isn't true. Digital evidence is against Nick but there is still the question of what happened to Amy?
If you are a fan of Paula Hawkins, any one of these books will be a go-to for you. Each one is a thriller/mystery case that will keep you turning the pages until you find out who-dun-it.