The terrifying manifestations of the worst humanity can produce, serial killers understandably evoke a mixture of fear and loathing in most of us. So why the curiosity? If you love nothing more than scaring yourself silly by entering the mindspace of the world’s most abominable criminals, these are the books for you.
In this stunning sequel to the New York Times #1 bestseller Never Never, Detective Harriet Blue must choose - between saving her brother or saving a whole town . . .
When the first snow falls, Harry Hole is confronted by a terrifying murderer who will push him to the edge...
The shocking true story of a woman trapped in an abusive relationship with a man who would become a serial killer
A complex and sophisticated crime thriller from an astonishing new talent
The chilling and darkly original novel from New York Times #1 bestselling author Candice Fox. The third in her award-winning Bennett and Archer series, set in Australia.
I am the star of screaming tabloid headlines and campfire ghost stories. I am one of the four Black-Eyed Susans. The lucky one.
A gripping stand-alone thriller from bestselling author James Patterson
The thirteenth novel in the bestselling Women's Murder Club series
Harry Hole is back! The blistering Sunday Times number one bestseller
IT'S GORY, IT'S GRIPPING, IT'S GERRITSEN. INTRODUCING DETECTIVE JANE RIZZOLI
A new candidate for the role of Jack the Ripper - in his own words.
The legendary Psychological thriller
In this stunning new thriller the most terrifying psychopath since Hannibal Lecter faces off against the toughest law enforcer since Jack Reacher.
One of the most extraordinary, controversial and explosive debuts of 2017, Good Me Bad Me is for fans of quality psychological suspense and reading group fiction.
Forensic anthropologist Dr David Hunter returns in a new visceral, intelligent and utterly compelling crime thriller, perfect for fans of Kathy Reichs
'An intriguing and fascinating page-turner' - Minette Walters
A terrifying insight into what motivates serial killers
Children aren't always so innocent in this Stephen King-style thriller, backed by MJ's biggest marketing campaign for a debut this year.