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A Boy and His Dog Combat a Serial Killer in This Paranormal Thriller - "The Game Evil Plays" by R. L. Stover. A Boy and His Dog Combat a Serial Killer in This Paranormal Thriller – “The Game Evil Plays” by R. L. Stover. Ten-year-old Robbie and his family move into their new home, but the house is occupied. Read more here... New Book Journal posts free press releases for authors and publishers.

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10 Great Psychological Thrillers That Are As Good As Gone Girl

by Rebecca Whitney.What is it about Gone Girl that has us all COMPLETELY hooked? In Nick and Amy’s unhinged marriage, an evil strong-arms...

The Day She Died by Catriona McPherson (May 2014) Billed as a "tour de force, a creepy psychological thriller that will leave you breathless" by the toughest critics in the business.

THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN by Paula Hawkins -- A debut psychological thriller that will forever change the way you look at other people’s lives.

Best Book of April—In this chilling paranormal horror tale, cult leader Jeffrey Halcomb, a murderer on death row, offers struggling writer Lucas an exclusive interview, but there's a catch: Lucas must go live in the house where Halcomb's followers all died.

Great book! It had me on the edge of my seat the whole time. Definitely one of the best suspense/mystery thrillers I've read.


Favorite Scariest Books of All Time

"Sarah Waters' The Little Stranger scared the holy bejesus out of me. In post-war England, a doctor becomes drawn into the life a family living in a decaying stately home, struggling to cope with a changing society. When strange things start happening in the old house, is there a rational explanation?" — Tana French, author of The Secret Place #scarybooks #horror #newbooks #booksthatscaredthepantsoffme

F. Scott Fitzgerald was an author during the Great Despression and Jazz Age. He is considered a member of the "Lost Generation." He completed four novels and one half of a fifth one. His most famous book was called, "The Great Gatsby". He also wrote short stories about different ages and promises and despairs. And he was named after his second cousin, Francis Scott Key.