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Similar Books - Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

If you enjoyed reading Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn, the Bellingham Library suggests that you might also like to read the following titles. Click twice on the book cover to see the book in the catalog.

Two families awaken to find their little girls have gone missing in the night. Now these families are tied by the question of what happened to their children.

A psychological thriller about one woman’s search into her past and the deadly truth she uncovers.

In this riveting novel, the author leads us across the fine line separating passion and obsession, mercy and murder. This is set in New York’s art community, and is M.J. Rose’s third novel.

Alice couldn’t resist abandoning her old, safe life for a wild affair. But soon her sanity, and even her life, are threatened.

A suspenseful literary debut that explores the dark side of desire and ambition through one woman’s unlikely entry into an elite world and a destiny of her own design.

In this thriller, Isabel searches for her missing spouse, a successful video game designer, who may not be the person she thought she knew.

Memories define us. So what if you lost yours every time you went to sleep? Your name, your identity, your past, even the people you love, all forgotten overnight. And the one person you trust may be telling you only half the story. Welcome to Christine’s life.

Why was Mary killed, and her daughter, a witness, allowed to live? Why weren’t they together, and why had Mary willingly boarded a boat when she had a terror of drowning at sea? Police suspicion centers both on a young actor, and the murdered woman’s husband.

This is John’s first novel. It introduced the character of Charlie Parker, a former policeman hunting the killer of his wife and daughter. Winner of the Shamus Award for Best First Novel in 1999.

Faith Parker awakens from a coma with no memory of her past. In the effort to regain her memory, Faith stumbles on a conspiracy of blackmail, torture and murder. This is fast-paced, psychological suspense.

The author alternates between the inner life of a compulsive killer and the daily affairs of those who live nearby, unknowing yet somehow aware of the unnerving shadow of his presence.