2009 Suspense and Thriller Challenge

Here’s another challenge from J. Kaye’s Book Blog:



Rules of this challenge:

* Read TWELVE (12) different sub-genres of thrillers in 2009.

* You do NOT need to select your books ahead of time. Also, you may change as you go.

* Your books can crossover into other challenges.

Check out J. Kaye’s blog for sub-genres and to sign up!

  1. The Raw Shark Texts, by Steven Hall, 428 pages – I’m not sure yet which thriller category it falls under… psychological?
  2. The Eight, by Katherine Neville, 598 pages, historical
  3. In the Woods, by Tana French, 428 pages, police procedural
  4. Dog On It, by Spencer Quinn, 305 pages, private detective mystery
  5. Relic, by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child, 382 pages, March 7, Horror Thriller
  6. Lost Souls, by Lisa Jackson, 432 pages, April 28, Serial Killer Thriller
  7. The Woods, by Harlan Coben, 324 pages, May25, Murder Mystery?
  8. Fragment, by Warren Fahy, 356 pages, July 28, ecothriller
  9. Dead Until Dark, Charlaine Harris, 312 pages, August 9, supernatural thriller
  10. Skeleton Creek, by Patrick Carman, 186 pages, August 13, horror thriller
  11. Found, by Margaret Peterson Haddix, 314 pages, August 18
  12. The Lost Symbol, by Dan Brown, 508 pages, September 30, action thriller

2 Responses

  1. Welcome to the S/T Reading Challenge too! Just read your RELIC review! 🙂

  2. Thanks J. Kaye!

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