After You by Jojo Moyes
Moyes’s much anticipated follow-up novel to Me Before You is out this week. Louisa Clark is struggling without Will Traynor and when an accident forces her to return home, she needs a kick start to be brought back to life. When she joins a support group and meets someone, she feels like she is finally getting back on track. But when a figure from her past emerges, she is pulled into a very different future than she could of imagined.
Pretty Girls by Karin Slaughter
More than 20 years ago, Claire and Lydia’s sister Julia vanished without a trace. Since then, the two sisters have not spoken. When a middle-aged man is murdered and a potential connection to their sister’s disappearance is unearthed, the two must come together to find the truth. If you like psychological thrillers, you won’t want to miss this one.
The Heart Goes Last by Margaret Atwood
When Charmaine and Stan see an advertisement for Consilience, a social experiment offering jobs and a home, they jump at the chance to change their lives. At first, everything goes well but as time goes on, they face pressures of conformity and guilt that begin to take over.
In Bitter Chill by Sarah Ward
In 1978, two girls are kidnapped and although one, Rachel, is found unharmed, she is unable to remember much. Thirty years later, two detectives take another look at the case. When a chance of tragic events takes place, Rachel is pulled back in and must help the police try and solve the mystery.
Gold Fame Citrus by Claire Vaye Watkins
Ray and Luz are holding out after being stopped by armed vigilantes at the border, content to be with each other. When they cross paths with a mysterious child, they begin to search for a better life and head west.
A Line of Blood by Ben McPherson
When Alex finds his next door neighbor dead, his world is turned upside down. As new evidence is uncovered, Alex, along with his son, must decide how far they’ll go to protect themselves from the nosy investigators.