Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Literary Thrillers

Readers will find all the appeal of typical Thrillers here: action, danger and a sense of menace. As an added bonus, these titles present sophisticated literary puzzles that revolve around mysteries of the past or intellectual challenges. Grab one today!

The Faculty Club by Danny Tobey

Enjoying a prestigious first year in law school marked by a coveted job with a top professor and a relationship with a beautiful Rhodes scholar, Jeremy Davis is admitted into a mysterious club that promises him phenomenal successes and hides a deadly ancient secret.

People of the Book by Geraldine Brooks

Offered a coveted job to analyze and conserve a priceless Sarajevo Haggadah, Australian rare-book expert Hanna Heath discovers a series of tiny artifacts in the volume's ancient binding that reveal its historically significant origins..

Abandon by Blake Crouch

A history professor and his daughter embark on an investigation into the abrupt disappearance of every citizen from a gold-mining town over a century earlier, even though they are aware that the last people who attempted to solve the mystery was never heard from again.

No One You Know by Michelle Richmond

Twenty years after the unsolved murder of her sister Lila, Ellie's chance meeting with the man accused of the crime leads to the discovery of Lila's secret notebook, filled with mathematical equations that lead to other enigmas in her sister's life.

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