thrillers

Peele announced that he had plans to release another four films over the next decade.
My sacriverance is fed from one key thing: hardcore, relentless, unwavering, blue-collar perseverance. I'm a fiend for this
What is going on .... and why? What's the most important lesson you've learned about writing? First, the process of reading
"But conventional wisdom says I come from a family of immigrants basically, so that's not really the trajectory," he adds
I still have a day job as a college teacher, and publishing a book a year means there's always something else to do. As soon
The contempt these mystery readers sometimes feel directed at them gets recycled as they express disdain for books they don't like which have been written and enjoyed by people they have to denigrate. That's not an argument or even a defense: it's blatant insecurity.
The novel's central character, Hazel, is drawn with rich color and detail that makes her someone we like, someone we care
Perhaps it is not fair to criticize a sensitive-yet-testosterone-driven book like this for the weakness of its female characters
My rating: 5 of 5 stars Besides its insane page-turner quality that kept me up on succeeding nights well after a reasonable
After being with the same publisher for seventeen years and twelve books, and having loved the people I worked with, it got
Mary Kubica is a Chicago based writer who hit the New York Times best-sellers list with her compelling debut novel, The Good Girl.
Mark Rubinstein's latest novel is The Lovers' Tango The other person I always credit is my eighth grade composition teacher
I've seen this scene play out over and over in movie thrillers, and read it too: People hear noises in houses where they should be alone and they ask, "Hello? Is anybody there?" What the hell could they be expecting? FedEx?
How do you deal with the nearly universal temptation to procrastinate? (Laughter) I've been known to do that. I require a
Peter Straub needs no lengthy introduction. As a novelist and poet, he has received many literary honors including the Bram Stoker Award, the World Fantasy Award, and the International Horror Guild Award.
Lisa Gardner is one of the best-known names in all of thrillerdom. She's received praise from Lee Child, Karin Slaughter, Tess Gerritsen, among many others. With more than 22 million books in print, she's written an FBI profiler series; the Detective D.D. Warren series; and a number of standalone novels.
Caroline Kepnes is the author of the breakout hit, You, and the soon to be released follow-up, Hidden Bodies.
Reed Farrel Coleman, known to thriller lovers everywhere, is the author of the New York Times-bestselling Robert B. Parker's The Devil Wins, in addition to having written twenty-two other novels.
Written in Fire is the gripping conclusion of The Brilliance Trilogy (following Brilliance and A Better World). In 1986, incredibly gifted people known as brilliants or abnorms were born, and thirty years later, constitute one percent of the U.S. population.