El thriller It is one of the narrative genres that has generated the most followers in recent decades. The thriller psychological belongs to the long list of subgenres that the thriller. But what is the thriller psychological? You can go through our article where we tell a little more about him.
Remember that a thriller It should sustain tension throughout the story and have good plot twists. When we introduce the "psychological" trait, that tension or intrigue becomes a little more disturbing because the intelligence and different emotional edges of the worst and best minds appear. In short, in this new article we bring you some of the best books on thriller psychological so that you open your mouth for the approaching Christmas holidays.
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We could have chosen almost any book by John Katzenbach; nevertheless, The psychoanalyst is, in addition to his best-known book, also a clear example of thriller psychological. The protagonist faces a superior mind, as full of intelligence as it is evil. In a spiral of sadism, a mysterious character will harass a therapist who needs to solve a mystery that could cost the lives of all the people he loves. Two great minds will compete in this terrifying game.
Mikel Santiago is a Spanish writer and this is the first book in his trilogy Illumbe. It is an addictive story that masterfully uses mystery to tell a captivating story that has a murder, a situation of amnesia and a present and a past that are blurred. Impossible to deduce the truth. This is what a protagonist who wakes up in an abandoned place next to the body of a man will have to face. The space is rural Euskadi, a town where everyone thinks they know each other.
A major thrillers psychological written by the most prolific author of mystery and terror, Stephen King. Misery It is also one of his best-known novels and the name of the character that has brought Paul Sheldon the most success. Sheldon is a writer who decides to end Misery's life because he needs to renew his writing. However, the thousands of fans of his may be a little disappointed; Annie Wilkes is. He is forced to undergo his medical care while he deals with the rewriting of his novel. His life depends on how well he does.
Its author, Jo Nesbo, is a best-selling writer in the crime fiction genre and has sold millions of books worldwide. His fetish character is Harry Hole, a police commissioner who appears repeatedly in the stories created by the Nordic author. In this new story, Commissioner Hole takes charge of an investigation in which the mysterious disappearances of women and mothers alarm his city. None of them seems to be a coincidence in a winter environment where snow and cold cover everything.
The gypsy bride
The gypsy bride it is turning out to be a complete success. It is part of a series of books starring a strong female character, Elena Blanco, which has enchanted thousands of readers. Its authors call themselves Carmen Mola, although in reality it is a pseudonym that hides three men: Jorge Díaz, Agustín Martínez and Antonio Mercero.
The story begins with the brutal murder of Susana Macaya, a woman about to get married.. Elena Blanco investigates the case, remembering that years ago Susana's sister, Lara, was murdered in a very similar situation. Both were daughters of a gypsy father, but they had left the gypsy tradition aside to participate in the rest of society. Inspector Blanco must find the real culprit, after the main suspect in Lara's death has spent years in prison.
The silence of the lambs
The classic book of psychological intrigue par excellence. Thomas Harris is the creator of the mythical character Clarice Starling, who could not be missing from this list of recommendations. FBI academy student Clarice Starling is absolutely entranced when she meets Dr. Hannibal Lecter., who will help him from jail to catch a serial killer. The relationship they forge will be delusional and disturbing.
The snow girl
The snow girl by Javier Castillo has become a literary event within the noir genre; the author is acclaimed and valued by the public and critics. He transports us to the United States and his celebrated Thanksgiving. It is the year 1998 and in New York a little girl disappears during the party parade. Years go by without a trace of the girl, but her parents will later receive a video where her daughter appears in a room. Miren Triggs, a journalism student, will become obsessed with the case. because she finds similarities between her life and that of the girl that will lead her to an unofficial investigation of the case.
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Hello Yolanda! Las madres has just been published recently, it is the fourth part of the tetralogy of The Gypsy Bride. Also The Liar has a third part that has been published this year. Thank you for participating with your comment. Happy reading!