Being a homebody is easy when you live in Upstate New York and have to deal with incredibly harsh winters. But one thing that I really look forward to every year? Summer reading. That’s right, I absolutely love summer reading. Although I am hours from any beach, I have a great outdoor space with a pool to lounge around and use that space to immerse myself in sunshine, water and, you guessed it, summer thrillers. As we’re heading into spring, I have already received some fantastic ARCs (Advanced Reader Copies) that have made me ridiculously excited for the hot months ahead. Here are the most anticipated thrillers of summer 2019:
Some Choose Darkness
By Charlie Donlea
One of my favorite summer reads and one of the very first books I covered on GareIndeedReads was the novel The Girl Who Was Taken by Charlie Donlea and it completely captivated me. He also blew me away last summer with Don’t Believe It, which intertwined a psychological thriller with a Netflix-inspired documentary storyline.
Well, it looks as though Charlie Donlea is going to be captivating me yet again with his newest thriller. Some Choose Darkness focuses on a forensic reconstructionist looking into a cold case about five women in Chicago who went missing in the summer of 1979. Need I say more?
The anxiety and deep cleansing breaths will be a must with this serial killer thriller.
The Night Before by Wendy Walker
Necessary People by Anna Pitoniak
The Island by Ragnar Jonasson
The Favorite Daughter by Kaira Rouda
Some Choose Darkness by Charlie Donlea
The Last House Guest by Megan Miranda
Lock Every Door by Riley Sager
Layover by David Bell
One Little Secret by Cate Holahan
A Stranger on the Beach by Michele Campbell
Someone We Know by Shari Lapena
The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware
The Arrangement by Robyn Harding
The Woman in the Park by Teresa Sorkin and Tullan Holmqvist
March 26, 2019
Garrett (Gare), is the voice behind @gareindeedreads. His story is simple; he loves to read and loves movies. Gare loves to watch movies based on the books he's read and growing up, he was always an avid reader. As he got older, classes, friends and work started to affect his reading game, only making time for the books he truly loved. Cue a few years later and he has finally found a balance between work, his social life and reading. Casting who he thinks would make great characters in the books he reads, Gare loves sharing his passion for movies and books with the world. Read More