If you like Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl, Try . . .

if you likeGoing through withdrawals after reading Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl and want to read something similar? We have a suggestion or two, courtesy of Random House Marketing Library and Check Me Out. 

Family Secrets

the dinnerThe Dinner: A Novel by Herman Koch

Jacket Notes:

The darkly suspenseful, highly controversial tale of two families struggling to make the hardest decision of their lives–all over the course of one meal.

defending jacobDefending Jacob by William Landay

Check Me Out summary:

When his son is accused of murdering a fellow student, a respected district attorney struggles to find the truth.

Psychological Thriller

drownedDrowned by Therese Bohman

Check Me Out summary:

The lingering tension between a husband and two sisters makes the idyllic setting of the Swedish countryside anything but tranquil.

Missing Persons

he's goneHe’s Gone by Deb Caletti

Check Me Out summary:

Dani Keller’s husband disappears without a trace, forcing her to ask the question: How well do we ever really know our spouses?

Suspense

heartbrokenHeartbroken by Lisa Unger

Check Me Out summary:

A tense, mesmerizing novel about the limits of dysfunctional families, and of an island haunted by dark memories.

afterwardsAfterwards: A Novel by Rosamund Lupton

Check Me Out summary:

The thrilling story of a mother who will do anything to protect her child.

snowCover of Snow by Jenny Milchman

Check Me Out Summary:

Searching for an explanation after her husband’s apparent suicide, Nora uncovers a powerful conspiracy and dark, hidden secrets.

 

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