The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins (Riverhead) For people who enjoy: High-impact thrillers....Why it's worth the read: When Rachel sees something she cannot unsee on her train commute, she gets entangled in a suspenseful mystery involving a beautiful couple and their secrets. It's easy to see why this page-turner is being compared to both Gone Girl and Hitchcock's Rear Window.
Two sisters. Only one is telling the truth. When Clare Tennison is reunited with her long lost sister, Alice, not everything is as it seems and soon she's forced to question if blood really is thicker than water.