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5 psychological crime novels that detective fans cannot ignore

The Woman in the Window

The psychological detective, criminal psychology or psychological thriller is one of the most popular books in the world, check out the best-sellers list on NY Times or Amazon, or the best-selling book charts. countries, make sure at any time you will see a few books of this category.

At the time when the people were at home, the house was closed but did not go out like this, hugging the book and nervously watching each and every very subtle psychological development of the character, isn’t it like that? If you do not know which book to choose, please take a look at the suggestions below!

1. Birdman

Birdman
Birdman

Mo Hayder’s first work, with a murky, lyrical voice and a dark plot, is stunned even with the sharpest of minds. The novel recalls the horror that Jack the Butcher, the legendary late 19th-century killer once brought, and its horror concentration has a magical haunting. The circuit brings the reader and the inspector Jack Caffery to reveal the secret of the cold-blooded murder case and the identity of the murderer “Human Human”, promising to bring readers suspenseful, dramatic moments and climax.

If you are a loyal fan of the detective genre – horror, “Human Human” will be a book that you cannot miss.

2. Behind closed door

Behind Closed Doors
Behind Closed Doors

Behind the image of a peaceful and peaceful family and a perfect marriage is the cruel “old wolf” Jack Angel and the helpless “lamb” Grace. Once you pick up the book, readers certainly can not stop embarking on a play created by the great writer BA Paris with “sensational” details, “suffocating” knots and deception. spectacular.

Grace’s fight for survival against a cunning psychopath in her own home, promises to be a story that makes your long holidays more special.

3. The woman in the window

The Woman in the Window
The Woman in the Window

Surely all readers have gradually felt cramped and claustrophobic after long days at home avoiding translation, so imagine living a lifetime like that, then everything will be like? That is the life of the character Anna Fox – a person suffering from fear of space with a thoroughly self-contained lifestyle.

By narrowing the reader’s point of view, writer A.J Finn opens up a vast world of mysteries, questions waiting to be answered and hidden corners behind a certain force. A concealed crime, a buried past, a black and white world with a hint of alcohol, all create a glass of “brandy” that captivates readers.

4. The Preacher (the original in Swedish is “Predikanten”)

Predikanten
Predikanten

Without the “choke” knot, the thrilling twist, or the spectacular “upside-down”, the distinctive feature that separates The Preacher from the conventional detective storyline is the truth. The truth when describing the boring and sleepy town of Fjällbacka. The truthful portrayal of each character, each split of a terrifying secret behind a famous clan.

Instead of spending hopelessly long days of a long vacation, invite readers to venture into a surreal world under the pen of talented writer Camilla Lackberg – where the remnants of a dark past exist. 

5. The girl on the train

The girl on the train
The girl on the train

Upon entering the world of Paula Hawkins, readers will immediately be caught up in the psychological matrix that is both ambiguous, incoherent, and haunting of women with different lives in the story.

After the slips from her broken marriage and irresistible thoughts, were fragments of memory of a crime, a certain mystery behind the glimmering haze of alcohol. After the flashy image of a perfect love life of Megan, there is an unruly desire and a terrible tragedy. And after Anna’s sweet life change, there is an unhealthy feeling of disaster coming.

Are readers ready to step on this thrilling train?

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