5 New Thriller Releases in September To Add To Your TBR

New month, new releases! As we move into spooky season, here are 5 killer reads to satisfy all the true crime and mystery fans.

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Do you love a thriller/mystery novel that keeps you on the edge of your seat and channeling your inner Nancy Drew from beginning to end? So do we, which is why we composed a list of 5 new thriller releases in September to help you choose your next read!

What We Saw: A Thriller by Mary Downing Hahn

(Release Date: September 6th)

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When best friends Abbi and Skylar are waiting for any sign of excitement to spice up their summer, they witness a mysterious meeting between a woman and a man in a dark van. They finally found the chance to solve the mystery of the summer!

That’s until a local woman goes missing and is then found dead in the woods, and Abbi and Skylar realize that their summer mystery is darker than they imagined. The friends find themselves in increasing danger and must choose between keeping their findings to themselves or exposing the truth.

Killers Of A Certain Age by Deanna Raybourn

(Release Date: September 6th)

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For forty years, Mary Alice, Helen, Natalie, and Billie have worked for the Museum, an elite international network of assassins. The four friends are sent on an all-expenses-paid vacation to celebrate their retirement, only to discover that they have been targeted by one of their own. To survive, the women are forced to work together once more and turn against their organization to teach the Board what it really means to be a killer of a certain age. In their line of work, only the Board, the top-level members of the Museum, can order the termination of field agents.

Someone’s Watching Me by Zoe Rosi

(Release Date: September 15th)

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Becky lives an almost perfect life with her boyfriend Alex and everything she could’ve dreamed for herself. This is until their new neighbor Max moves in next door, and things start to fall out of place. Becky is convinced someone is after her when she finds her tires slashed, her social media being trolled, and a dead bird waiting for her, and she is sure that someone is Max. 

When Becky turns to Alex for help, she discovers that he and Max have become close friends and that Alex is certain that the paranoia is just in her head. This is until news breaks that a young woman has gone missing, and she is sure she’s seen them in Max’s home—hasn’t she?

Does Becky continue to risk her almost perfect life by following up on her suspicions with Alex, who’s concerned that she’s over her head, or does she let it all go?

Small Deaths by Rijula Das

(Release Date: September 13th)

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Small Deaths takes place in the red-light district of Calcutta, where Lalee aspires for a better life than she is living. One of Lalee’s loyal clients, Tilu Shau, is in love with Lalee and wants to liberate her from her current life with marriage. But when someone murders a fellow sex worker, Lalee is invited to take her place as a high-end escort at the Blue Lotus and is introduced to a more lucrative life. Her life then begins to fill with violence, corruption, and secrets threatening her life and future. As Thilu gets deeper into his rescue for Lalee, they undertake a dangerous journey to escape a potentially ruinous fate.

Buried Deception (On The Edge #1) by Amanda McKinney

(Release Date: September 20th) 

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The town of Skull Hollow hires Dr. Mia Frost to assist in the investigation of a brutal attack on a young woman on a popular hiking trail in East Texas to provide a psychological profile of the main suspect, the Black Cat Stalker. After another person goes missing, Mia works on the investigation with a former Marine and CEO of a tactical tracking company, Easton Crew.

Although they encounter an undeniable attraction between the two, Easton can’t fight the nagging feeling that Mia is too close to the investigation and begins questioning her motives. It soon becomes apparent that not everyone is who they say they are, and things aren’t as they seem.

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