10 Books Like The Thursday Murder Club

“The Thursday Murder Club” by Richard Osman has captivated readers with its blend of mystery, humor, and endearing characters. If you’ve devoured this delightful novel and are craving more stories with a similar charm, you’re in luck! Here are 10 books that share the wit, intrigue, and cozy atmosphere that made “The Thursday Murder Club” such a hit.

10. Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty

Get ready for a thrilling rollercoaster of secrets, lies, and unexpected twists in a seemingly idyllic town where everything is not as perfect as it seems.

9. The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn

Meet Anna Fox, a former psychologist who spends her days watching her neighbors from her window. Things take a dark turn when she witnesses something shocking that changes everything.

8. The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

Alicia Berenson, a famous painter, is silent after being accused of killing her husband. Enter Theo, a psychotherapist, who is determined to uncover the truth behind her silence.

7. Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

Nick and Amy seem like the perfect couple, but when Amy goes missing, the facade starts to crumble, and dark secrets are revealed in this gripping tale of deception and betrayal.

6. The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith (J.K. Rowling)

Private detective Cormoran Strike is hired to investigate the supposed suicide of supermodel Lula Landry. As he digs deeper, he uncovers a web of lies and deceit in the fashion world.

5. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson

Journalist Mikael Blomkvist joins forces with hacker Lisbeth Salander to solve a decades-old disappearance. Together, they unravel a complex mystery involving corruption, revenge, and family secrets.

4. The Secret History by Donna Tartt

Follow Richard Papen, who becomes entangled in a group of eccentric students studying classics at an elite Vermont college. As their dark secrets surface, Richard is forced to confront his own morality.

3. Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn

Reporter Camille Preaker returns to her hometown to cover a series of murders. As she delves into the investigation, she uncovers long-buried secrets that threaten to unravel her own troubled past.

2. The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

Rachel takes the same train every day and fantasizes about the lives of a couple she sees from the window. When the woman goes missing, Rachel becomes entangled in a mystery that hits close to home.

1. In the Woods by Tana French

Detective Rob Ryan investigates the murder of a young girl in the woods, a case that brings back haunting memories from his own childhood. As he delves deeper, the line between past and present blurs in this psychological thriller.

Whether you’re drawn to cozy mysteries, heartwarming tales of friendship, or thought-provoking literary fiction, these 10 books offer something for every reader who enjoyed “The Thursday Murder Club.” From intricate whodunits to poignant explorations of human nature, these stories are sure to keep you entertained long after you’ve turned the final page. Happy reading!

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