Things Are Not Always As They Seem: Bone-Chilling Thrillers

A gripping page turner, a satisfying mystery, and psychological thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat; readers who love suspense, horror, and nail-biting-action have come to the right place

You Will Know Me by Megan Abbott | LJ Review

This latest novel from Abbott (after The ­Fever) centers on a young man’s ­hit-and-run death shortly before a major gymnastics competition, ripping apart that sport’s close-knit community.

Quiet Neighbors by Catriona McPherson | LJ Review

McPherson is a master of slightly creepy narratives that are complex and character driven (Agatha Award–nominated The Child Garden). Her latest stand-alone is atmospheric and suspenseful and will intrigue Erin Hart readers.

Christian Fiction Reviews | February 15, 2014

Reviews of Patricia Bradley’s Shadows of the Past, Ted Dekker’s Eyes Wide Open, Robin Lee Hatcher’s A Promise Kept, Cara C. Putman’s Shadowed by Grace: A Story of Monuments Men, and a list of titles from the February 15 issue.