Thrillers for every taste, part 2.

In last week’s post featuring ninety diverse suspense writers, I made the point that there are many different kinds of thrillers out there. Here are eighty more of today’s best and most thrilling writers grouped for various tastes, and still we’ve only scratched the surface:

If you love thrillers, you might also want to check out Thrillers: 100 must-reads, an entertaining guide to suspenseful classics ranging from Erskine Childers’ Riddle of the Sands to Geoffrey Household’s Rogue Male to Ken Follett’s Eye of the Needle. And be sure to check out last week’s post as well.

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