Along with the shortened days or darkening skies, you will always turn to something like darker reads, some sinisters stories which can be read from underneath a blanket, with a cup of warm coffee in hand. Grab a blanket and a hot beverage before diving into these deliciously creepy tales with Teatimebookshop’s most advanced crime thriller book subscription. Some are standard stories with all the trappings, while others remind us that true darkness lies within us, and perhaps we don't need ghost stories at all.

Here are a few thriller stories, some of which are true and some of which are not. If you haven't already, it's time to start.

1. The Great Darkness - Jim Kelly

A stunning mystery/thriller which highlights one of Britain's dark wartime secrets. This is a beautifully written crime novel with well drawn characters and a marvellous plot with a myriad of twists and turns. This is the first in a series featuring Eden Brooke and his fellow. This is a book packed full - of WW11 history, Cambridge, crime and mystery. The author loves these places and times, and re-imagines them very convincingly due to the detail he fits in.

If you’re looking for the best, most frightening chills, you can’t go wrong with this.

2. Ann Cleeves WildFire 

This is a great police procedural inhabited by a wonderful set of characters which you thoroughly enjoy reading, albeit with some sadness that this is the last time you will encounter Jimmy Perez and the beauty of Shetland.

Highly recommended thriller book subscription box!.

3. Burn, by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge

Another enjoyable and totally readable book in this excellent thriller book subscription series. This is the best of the Michael Bennett series. You will keep on turning the pages and trying to guess what is going to happen. You will like the fast-paced energy of this book and how everything all comes together.

Get the latest crime and thriller books subscription box with Teatimebooksho and enjoy your reading with some tea or coffee and a biscuit.

4. The Terror of Living By Urban Waite

Urban Waite's literary thriller is a wonderfully smooth, self-assured debut that masterfully keeps the action moving forward while establishing compelling characters, painstakingly excavating themes of loss and forgiveness, and giving readers a magnificent and deeply rooted sense of place.A Great read and keeps you going continuously, beautiful style, especially the descriptions of the mountain area, rain, snow etc. So for crime and thriller lovers out there, it would be a perfect pairing for you.

5. The Last Child by John Hart

John Hart has taken the crime and mystery genre to an entirely new level with this stunning novel. This is a thriller/mystery concerning kidnapped and missing children, yet it stands out among other depictions of the subject. The characters are well-developed, with nuanced psychological explorations. And there is plenty of riveting suspense that makes it a highly recommended book. It will definitely leave a lasting impression on you.

Reading is undeniably valuable, and if you have read a good book in your life, you have accomplished something greater.. Teatime’s Bookshops Crime and Thriller subscription box is here with some of the amazing crime and thriller collection for you.

This subscription box will give you two books in each box with tea or coffee, a bookmark and some tasty biscuits only on  £8.99 / month.

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