Top 5 Thriller Books To Be Released On October 2023

The attraction of being a

fraid is not lost on anyone. Even if some people manage to avoid feeling scared, doing so is still a task. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter released by the brain that sets off the body's fight-or-flight response. On a brighter side, the brain has the ability to process these physical impulses without fear of injury. The reader uses this method to deal with fear on a regular basis. It's possible that we read mysteries only for the suspense. Getting sucked into this particular genre has some hidden advantages, though. 

Here are a few thriller books that will be published on October 23: 

1. Midnight Is the Darkest Hour by Ashley Winstead

The preacher's daughter and the lad from the wrong side of the tracks are two outcasts who hold the key to learning the truth in this gothic Southern thriller from the highly acclaimed author of In My Dreams I Hold A Knife and The Last Housewife. Midnight is the Darkest Hour by Ashley Winstead is a dark and compelling book that fans have come to expect from her. It examines the ways we've come to expect love, religion, and stories to save us, the lengths we have to go to in order to reclaim power, and the monstrous work of being a girl in this world. This book is scheduled to be released by Sourcebooks on October 3, 2023.

2. The Intern by Michele Campbell

In this gripping story about class, ambition, family, and murder, a young Harvard law student is seduced by a charismatic judge. Richly detailed characters and an intriguing subject that captures readers' attention right away. Campbell continues to introduce twists until the tension becomes nearly intolerable. It has the entertainment industry written all over it with its relentless action, compelling reasons, pulsating pace, and dramatic Boston location. Fans of The Firm will like this contemporary high-stakes blend of familial tensions, legal maneuverings, and unexpected turns. Michele Campbell has mastered the modern legal thriller.  This book is anticipated to be released on October 3, 2023, by St. Martin's Press.

3. The Death of Us by Lori Rader-Day

In this spine-tingling suspense book from the bestselling author of Death at Greenway and The Lucky One, the discovery of a sunken automobile in a murky pond uncovers betrayals and family secrets that will rip a tiny community apart. This book is scheduled to be released by William Morrow Paperbacks on October 3, 2023. 

4. The Leftover Woman by Jean Kwok

From the New York Times bestselling author of Searching for Sylvie Lee and Girl in Translation comes a moving family drama and a suspenseful mystery about the fierce pull of motherhood for two very different women. These two remarkable ladies are put on a startling collision course in The Leftover Woman. It's a complex examination of identity and belonging, motherhood and family that is twisting, suspenseful, and surprisingly moving. A kid serves as the link between two women in a divided city who are separated by stark economic and cultural disparities. This book is anticipated to be released on October 10th, 2023 by William Morrow.

5. The Exchange: After The Firm by John Grisham

A breathtaking new legal thriller by New York Times bestselling author John Grisham features high-flying international intrigue and Mitch McDeere, the brilliant hero of The Firm, who makes a triumphant return. The Firm, the blockbuster thriller that started the career of America's favorite author, was followed up with the engrossing thriller The Exchange. After fifteen years, Mitch and Abby are still together and residing in Manhattan, where Mitch is a partner at the biggest legal firm on the planet.  This book is anticipated to be released by Doubleday on October 17, 2023.

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