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thriller

a book, film, play, etc., depicting crime, mystery, or espionage in an atmosphere of excitement and suspense
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The astonishing news that "The Plotters" by novelist Kim Un-su was recently sold to Doubleday for a six-figure sum may signal the new discovery of Korean thrillers abroad.
com)-- Since its publication just two months ago, by Netherworld Books (UK), "Twilight Visitor" has already been described as “…a high concept thriller that is comparable with the best of Dan Brown or Jack Higgins,” says novelist, David Luddington.
Lee Child is the author of eighteen New York Times bestselling Jack Reacher thrillers, Eight of the thrillers have reached the #1 position.
Nine of the 10 most borrowed books belonged to the crime or thrillers section.
The problem that plagues Cinematic Emotions throughout its opening seventy-eight pages is the near complete refusal to acknowledge that academic examinations of horror films and thrillers exist outside the field of phenomenology.
Stineas entrA[c]e into young adult thrillers with [i]Silent Night[/i].
Here, Kelly offers brief but critically alert readings of a handful of the few 'Troubles' thrillers written by feminists, which, he suggests, do not necessarily espouse an emancipatory politics.
In a nutshell: Gripping thriller about crippling fear in the waning days of Communist East Germany.
THIS is a must for fans of thrillers - a set of short stories covering twisting plots and fast-paced action to keep you turning the pages.
An outstanding display of talents make for a top listen for any who love thrillers.
I'm really into thrillers like Basic Instinct, and I really like horror flicks because I grew up watching them in the '80s.