10 Bingeworthy Books to Read After The Woman in the Window
A.J. Finn's debut novel The Woman in the Window was undoubtedly a huge hit in 2018, leaving fans everywhere inspired to read even more gripping stories about unreliable narrators, thrilling plotlines, and harrowing secrets. If you find yourself missing the breakout hit, these 10 new titles will make for your perfect reading list.
She Was the Quiet One by Michele Campbell
Twins Rose and Bel Enright are positive that The Odell School is the best move for them — but what they don't know is that the boarding school is known to bring out the worst in its students. Before they know it, the sisters find themselves in an intense rivalry with alarming consequences ending in the death of one of the girls. Was it the act of a mysterious teacher who will do anything to get ahead in his career, or is there something deeper happening at the school that no one is aware of? This enticing thriller examines the extent to which someone will go in order to achieve their goals and the tragic outcome of one sibling rivalry.
Providence by Caroline Kepnes
This new novel about small towns and strange occurrences is a thrilling story of love, the supernatural, and one detective determined to find the truth. Jon has just returned to New Hampshire after disappearing for four years, only to bring new mischief with him. Doing his best to embrace and control his new powers with best friend Chloe, the two have a lot to figure out if they ever want to reclaim their once-normal friendship. Meanwhile, in Providence, RI, townspeople are dropping like flies out of nowhere and one curious detective must get to the bottom of the mysterious deaths or lost control of his town forever.
The Other Woman by Sandie Jones
What happens when a mother won't let her grown son pursue a life of his own? Sandie Jones's debut thriller examines the relationship between mother and son, and what can happen when another woman is brought into the picture. Emily is sure that Adam is the man for her and as the two grow closer, Emily meets Adam's mother, who is determined to make sure her son's new lover goes away for good. In this new novel, Emily will have to fight for her man and their love if she has any hope of continuing the life she's worked so hard to achieve.
Give Him Back by B.M. Hardin
B.M. Hardin's latest thriller tells the story of a cheating husband and the lengths his wife will go to in order to have him all to herself. Lava chose to forgive her husband when she found out he was cheating on her with another woman, but two years later, she finds he's still with his lover and plans on having a child with her. Knowing that the mistress has no plans of letting her husband go and finding herself unable to accept the fact that her husband is ruining the family she worked so hard for, she commits a heinous act that she soon wishes she could take back.
Dead Girl Running by Christina Dodd
Kellen Adams has recently started a new life at a secluded resort after running from a past she doesn't fully remember. With a gunshot scar on her forehead and a blurry memory, she begins her new life in the Pacific Northwest, but before she knows it, dead bodies begin to show up on the grounds of the resort. Spooked by these mysterious deaths, Kellen will be forced to question the motives of everyone around her, and get to the bottom of these new crimes and her own mysterious beginnings in Dead Girl Running.
The Cabin at the End of the World by Paul Tremblay
In this new novel by Paul Tremblay, a young girl is put in the middle of a plot that could determine whether or not the entirety of the human race survives a tragic apocalyptic event. When a stranger approaches 7-year-old Wen as she's playing in the front yard of the remote cabin her family is vacationing in, she is told that her fathers have to cooperate with their plan and that the fallout of what's to come is not their fault. Unable to convince the girl's fathers themselves, these threatening strangers will force Wen to do it for them, sparking the beginning of a mysterious mission to save the world.
The Sleeping Lady by Bonnie Monte
Shortly after Thalia confesses to her business partner Rea that she has a secret lover in France, she begins to receive notes threatening to reveal the affair. Thalia refuses to heed Rea's warnings not to pursue the blackmailer and soon turns up murdered in a local park. Rea is convinced it is connected to the person behind the blackmail, but police are more suspicious of her than some anonymous notes. Determined to clear her name and find justice, Rea travels to France and begins a quest for the truth, finding out new and horrifying facts about her friend's murderer and the motive behind the heinous act in this cozy mystery
It All Falls Down by Sheena Kamal
After Nora Watts's father killed himself, she put her past behind her, continuing her life to the best of her ability. Now, she has come across a man who knows intimate details about her father and his complicated death, leading Nora on a quest to find out more about her father's mysterious life. Traveling from Vancouver to Detroit, Nora finds out there's a lot more to his suicide than anyone could've ever imagined and as she's away, a private investigator from her hometown finds that she has a disturbing connection to another local death, warning her to return immediately or face a new imminent danger in It All Falls Down.
The Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager
In The Last Time I Lied, Emma will never forget the night that her three friends disappeared from their cabin at Camp Nightingale. Years later, and still recovering from that tragic night, Emma is asked to return to the place where the tragedy took place in order to teach a painting class to new campers. Unable to separate herself from her dark past, she accepts the offer and is set up in the cabin that she slept in as a teenager. But the cabin now has a camera that's pointed at the door her friends were last seen leaving, and as she digs deeper into what really happened the night everyone vanished, she begins to find that the camp's past is more sinister than she could've ever imagined.
The Sister by Louise Jensen
In Louise Jensen's latest book, Grace finds it hard to move on from what she thinks is the most tragic event of her life — her best friend's death — but when she opens a memory box her friend kept in her room, she suddenly finds that there was a lot she didn't know about the girl. Beginning the search for the dead girl's father and any answers he may have, she comes across her late friend's sister, Anna — a girl Grace never knew existed. Becoming fast friends, Anna moves in with Grace and her boyfriend, but what's supposed to be a new chapter for all of them turns into a nightmare Grace hadn't ever anticipated.