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5 Thrillers You Must-Read This September

What better way to get in the fall spirit than by picking up a thrilling read? These five books are sure to get your heart racing, blood pumping and forehead sweating. From rogue serial killers to shadowy figures, you’re sure to be spooked from cover to cover.

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Good Me Bad Me by Ali Land

A gripping, psychological rollercoaster, Good Me Bad Me is an unputdownable read that will leave readers wondering just how much control they have over their own fate. At age 15, Milly turns her mom into the police for murder. Finally free from her serial killer mother, Milly is ready for a fresh start. However, her fresh start is soon tainted by what she fears are hereditary impulses. Will Milly be able to find control over her new life, or will she end up just like her mother?

All the Little Children by Jo Furniss

When Marlene Greene decides to leave work behind in favor of a family camping trip, she anticipates the promise of a relaxing get-away. But when fires and smoke engulf the landscape, Marlene and her family find themselves cut off from the world, struggling to survive and escape. A heart-pounding tale of disaster and endurance, readers will find themselves wondering whether they could have done the same.

Seeing Red by Sandra Brown

When national icon Major Franklin Trapper rejects the media after years of speeches and interviews, television journalist Kerra Bailey makes it her mission to find out why. Willing to do anything to get an interview and the exclusive scoop, Kerra befriends the Major’s estranged son, former ATF John Trapper. What follows is a captivating mixture of romance, misfortune and secrets.

Glass House by Louise Penny

Armand Gamach is suspicious when he sees a dark figure standing outside in the rain on a cold November day. Although he is the Chief Superintendent of the Sûreté du Québec, there is nothing Gamach can do about the figure except stare and wait. When a body is found after the figure vanishes, it is up to Gamach to decipher the meaning of the figure’s visit. Going back in forth between the trial for the accused and that winter day, readers slowly unravel what really happened on that cold November day.

Sleeping Beauties by Stephen King and Owen King

Horror and thriller extraordinaire, Stephen King teams up with his son Owen for this haunting tale about a world without women. Set in a remote Appalachian town where the majority of people work a the women's prison, Sleeping Beauties is a provocative and eerily realistic story.

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