1. When I Am Through With You by Stephanie Kuehn Penguin Random House / Via penguinrandomhouse.com, Via stephaniekuehn.com Release date: Aug. 1, 2017What it's about: Ben has just killed his girlfriend, Rose, and he's going to tell you all about how and why. Sound familiar? What follows is the story of a school trip gone terribly wrong, a desperation for survival, and the kind of psychological thriller mastery that Kuehn has been displaying since her very first book. Get it from Amazon for $12.77, Barnes and Noble for $16.19, or from a local bookstore through Indiebound here. 2. I'll Never Tell by Abigail Haas Simon & Schuster / Via simonandschuster.com, Via goodreads.com Release date: June 4, 2019What it's about: Originally published in 2013 as Dangerous Girls, this thriller inspired by the stories of Amanda Knox and Natalee Holloway is so twisted, the narrator so unreliable, you'll find yourself questioning what you believe and where you stand with every turn of the page, right until the jaw-dropping ending you've gotta read to believe. Get it from Amazon for $11.96, Barnes and Noble for $17.99, or from a local bookstore through Indiebound here. 3. Let Me Hear a Rhyme by Tiffany D. Jackson HarperCollins Publishers / Via harpercollins.com, Via writeinbk.com Release date: May 21, 2019What it's about: Pretending someone dead is alive? Check. Benefiting off that pretense? Check. Getting into incredibly dangerous situations as a result? Check. Co-conspirator romance potential? Check. And yeah, there's a lot more innocence to these characters, and a recording booth is a far cry from a glass cage in a basement, but Jackson writes master manipulators, passion for the arts, and violent crime with the best of them. Get it from Amazon for $12.77, Barnes and Noble for $16.19, or from a local bookstore through Indiebound here. 4. Bad Girls With Perfect Faces by Lynn Weingarten Simon & Schuster / Via simonandschuster.com, Aaron Lewis / Via simonandschuster.com Release date: Oct. 31, 2017What it's about: Sasha takes being "the overprotective best friend" way too far when her best friend gets back together with his cheating ex and she catfishes the other girl in order to split them up. Sound messed up? That's only the beginning. Somewhere in there is a dangerous killer. In her brilliant craftiness, Weingarten will have you wondering just how close you are to the danger.Get it from Amazon for $9.33, Barnes and Noble for $11.11, or from a local bookstore through Indiebound here. 5. Sadie by Courtney Summers Wednesday Books / Via us.macmillan.com, Via courtneysummers.ca Release date: Sept. 4, 2018What it's about: This one's for all the Candace fans out there, the girls who claw their way back from the brink and won't rest until revenge is in their cracked and bloody hands. Live the experience through the podcast host who follows teen Sadie's journey to track down the man she knows is responsible for killing her sister and bringing him to justice the way the law never will. Get it from Amazon for $11.38, Barnes and Noble for $14.39, or from a local bookstore through Indiebound here. 6. Never Missing, Never Found by Amanda Panitch Penguin Random House / Via penguinrandomhouse.com, Madeline Bohrer / Via amandapanitch.com Release date: June 28, 2016What it's about: Like Joe, Scarlett suffered one hell of a messed-up childhood; in her case, that meant being kidnapped from her family when she was a little girl. But now she's escaped and she's ready to get on with her life...until another girl goes missing at the park where she works. And that's only the beginning of the the saga of Scarlett's reinvention, because when her past comes back to haunt her, all bets are off when it comes to how far she'll go to stay safe.Get it from Amazon for $9.47, Barnes and Noble for $17.99, or from a local bookstore through Indiebound here. 7. Not So Pure and Simple by Lamar Giles HarperCollins Publishers / Via harpercollins.com, Adrienne Giles / Via lamargiles.com Release date: Jan. 21, 2020What it's about: Just because you're a fan of a show doesn't mean you don't spend the entire thing screaming at the screen at the general hideousness of it all; in fact, that's one of my favorite parts of the You fandom. But if you're looking for a book that's the perfect antidote to Joe Goldberg's murdery shenanigans, look no further than Giles's coming-of-age novel about a teen boy who actually learns the dangers and general vomitousness of toxic masculinity and entitlement. It's the perfect choice to help cool you down and restore some faith in the world before the show returns. Get it from Amazon for $14.27, Barnes and Noble for $16.19, or from a local bookstore through Indiebound here.