International Thriller Awards Finalists Announced

The International Thriller Writers have chosen their favorites. Here are the finalists. 

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Angie Kim on "Miracle Creek"

This unusual whodunit is "a deep dive into the lives of immigrant families and of parents of children with special needs and illnesses, both groups isolated and exhausted by the sacrifices they’ve had to make, desperate for connection."

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5 Twisty Thrillers with Gasp-Worthy Endings

You'll never guess whodunit while reading these serpentine suspense novels.

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The River Behind "The River" - by Peter Heller

The author recounts a real-life river trip that gave him the setting to his latest novel.

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Harlan Coben's Favorite Recent Reads

Harlan Coben tells us what he's been reading and loving lately, even as his new thriller, Run Away, hits shelves this week.

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The Best Mysteries & Thrillers of March

Here are four mysteries and thrillers that we loved this month, along with a link to all of our Best Mysteries & Thrillers of the month.

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Vannessa's Mystery Corner

Vannessa Cronin returns to let us know what mysteries, thrillers & suspense she is excited about.

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Steve Berry's Favorite Recent Reads

Steve Berry's Cotton Malone thrillers are chock-full of historical details, so it's no wonder that Berry's recent favorite books are steeped in the fascinating past.

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Don Winslow on "The Border"

Write about what you love, "or else you probably shouldn’t write at all"...

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Jane Harper on "The Lost Man"

Jane Harper's latest mystery is one of our Best Books of February and when she came to Seattle we talked about the Australian Outback, repeat characters, and more.

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"It Was the Happiest Writing Experience I’ve Ever Had" - Talking to the Author of "The Silent Patient"

We wanted to learn more about the author of this hot thriller. 

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The Best Mysteries & Thrillers of February

Here are some new books to keep you reading late into the night. Preferably with all the lights on. 

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Love Gone Wrong

Valentine's Day. This year we're skipping the romance in favor of stories where love goes awry in unpredictable--and sometimes deadly--ways.

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Kindle Best Sellers in Prime Reading

These 15 books in Prime Reading made it to the top of their categories in literary fiction, mystery, romance, nonfiction, and children's books. (Psst: If you still haven't read The Handmaid's Tale, now's the time to snag it from Prime Reading!)

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How We Plotted "An Anonymous Girl" -- An Essay (and best-selling novel) by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen

How do two authors, who live in two different cities, work together to write a best-selling novel? 

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