This must be my favourite genre – so glad there is a fitting name and description for the style of book I love to read.
Have you read any of these (featured in the banner) or know any others that fit this genre? Here are my suggestions of great examples of this read. This is a very subjective selection of books but then reading is very subjective, we may not always agree with the classifications but it a good place to start looking if you like the domestic psychological thriller. (Those underlined are linked to my review those not linked are on my wish list).
Abbott Megan – You Will Know Me
Berry Flynn – Under The Harrow
Bolton Sharon – Little Black Lies
Cohen Tamar (Tammy) Dying for Christmas
Crouch Julia – Cukoo
Crouch Julia – Tarnished
Day Paula – Keep Your Friends Close
Drysdale Pip- The Sunday Girl – review coming soon
Durrant Sabine – Remember Me This Way
Durrant Sabine – Under Your Skin
Flynn Gillian – Gone Girl
Flynn Gillian – Sharp Objects
Flynn Gillian – Dark Places
Foster Sara – All That Is Lost Between Us
Fountain N J – Painkiller
George Anna – What Came Before
Harrison A.S.A. – The Silent Wife
Hawkins Paula – Girl On The Train
Hayder Mo – Wolf
Haynes Elizabeth – Into the Darkest Corner – read a few years ago – the most spine tingling book- ever!
Hendriks Greer & Pekkanen Sarah – The Wife Between Us
Howells Debbie – The Bones of You
James Wendy – The Lost Girls
James Wendy – The Golden Child
Kaden Kylie – Missing You
Kelly Erin – The Ties That Bind
Kent Christobel – The Crooked House
Kepnes Caroline – You
Korelitz Jean Hanff – You Should Have Known
Kubica Mary – The Good Girl
Lock Kim – Like I Can Love
Maguire Emily – An Isolated Incident
MacIntosh Claire – I Let You Go
MacIntosh Claire – I See You
McBeth Colette – Precious Thing
McKenzie Sophie – Close My Eyes
Seddon Holly – Try Not To Breathe
Slaughter Karin – Pretty Girls
Steiner Susie – Missing, Presumed
Treadway Jessica – If She Did It
Ware Ruth – In A Dark Dark Wood
Watson S J – Before I Go To Sleep
Vowler Tom – What Lies Within
Young Natalie – Season of Taste
My domestic Noir display at work needs constant topping up – very popular, and I have used your suggestions above to put books on hold for it, Thank you Carol. I need to think of my next display???
I have quite a few more in that genre to read (i.e no review link here yet) – but I think they are safe to add as they have been out for a while and many others have raved about them.
Love reading about Domestic Nior. I have read most of these books but some I haven’t so I be looking those books up.
Add I See You by Clare Mackintosh to the list – I will update my pages soon.
Read I see You it was excellent