Top 5 Thriller Books To Be Released On March 2023

You usually have a good sense of what to expect when you read a thriller. When it's done right, a thriller will seize you by the neck, carry you along, and keep you there until the very end.  It causes your lungs to burst, your pulse to race, and you could even start to shiver. These are a few thrilling books that will be published in March 2023.

1. All That Is Mine I Carry with Me by William Landay

Mother went missing. Dad is assumed to be at fault. There isn't any evidence. There are no eyewitnesses. The kids just have uncertainty  by the Defending Jacob author who has achieved New York Times bestseller status. All That Is Mine I Carry With Me, a story about family, dark secrets and retribution, but also family love, deftly tackles a fundamental dilemma: When does loyalty cross the line? This book is scheduled to be released by Bantam on March 7, 2023.

2. What Have We Done by Alex Finlay

What Have We Done is one of the year's most eagerly awaited thrillers. It is a story about the lives we leave behind and the mysteries we carry with us for the rest of our lives. What Have We Done solidifies Alex Finlay as one of the emerging top talents in thrillers today. It is both an intense page-turner and a heartbreaking coming-of-age narrative. This book is anticipated to be released on March 7, 2023, by Minotaur Books.

3. The Kind Worth Saving (Henry Kimball / Lily Kintner #2) by Peter Swanson

The intelligent and multifaceted Lily Kintner from Peter Swanson's critically praised novel The Kind Worth Killing appears in this breathtakingly cunning book. Swanson is an expert at crafting hypnotic thrillers that defy readers' expectations. With Every Promise You Break, the author once again displays his unique charm. Swanson's shape-shifting narrative at times brings to mind ominous movies like Vertigo and Fatal Attraction. The expected publication of this book is on March 7, 2023 by William Morrow & Company. 

4. Vera Wong's Unsolicited Advice for Murderers by Jesse Q. Sutanto

This intriguing mystery is written by Jesse Q. Sutanto, the popular author of Dial A for Aunties. It centers on a lonely shopkeeper who decides to investigate a murder on her own in the most odd way. Once more working her charm, Jesse Sutanto has given us a masterpiece. A trademark Sutanto invention, Vera Wong's Unsolicited Advice for Murderers is a six sense, genre-defying comedy whodunit with a fantastic ensemble of characters led by the unstoppable, wildly entertaining Vera, unquestionably one of the greatest senior protagonists in a long period of time. On March 14, 2023, Berkley Books is anticipated to release this book.

5. The London Séance Society by Sarah Penner

The Lost Apothecary author returns with a captivating novel about two courageous women who seek justice and the truth in the dangerous practice of summoning the dead. A suspenseful, mysterious, and illusion-filled whodunit with a dramatic and evocative tone. The London Séance Society completely captivates the reader in nineteenth-century Paris and London, a time when elderly relatives would suspend all kinds of disbelief in the hope of conversing with the dead. It is at once eerie and sensual, cunning and provocative. Penner has written another bestselling book that is mysteriously even better than her first because to her talent for creating atmosphere and expressing both duplicity and desire. This book is anticipated to be released by Park Row on March 21, 2023.


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