There’s nothing like a good thriller to take us into Fall. With the release of Utopia, a new Amazon series adapted by Gone Girl author Gillian Flynn from the original, we’re in the mood for ALL the chilling reads we can find. So, if you love a good domestic thriller like Flynn’s Gone Girl, you’re in for a treat. Here are thrillers like Gone Girl that you won’t be able to put down.

Finding Tessa by Jaime Lynn Hendricks

Jace Montgomery has just returned home from a business meeting to find his wife, Tessa, missing. Jace becomes the prime suspect when cops find her blood and clumps of hair in the house and matters only get worse when a coworker Jace was accused of having an affair with also disappears. Meanwhile, Tessa is safe and sound and actually setting Jace up. Although Tessa is running from her past, it’s only a matter of time before the truth catches up to her and Jace.

Tell Me Everything by Cambria Brockman

After arriving at Hawthorne College for a fresh start, Malin finds herself in a group of friends that will span four years of her college experience. But, when Senior Day approaches, secrets and lies within the friend group bubble to the surface, including the past Malin has been working so hard to leave behind.

White Ivy by Susie Yang

Ivy’s immigrant grandmother taught her how to steal from yard sales and consignment stores at a young age so she could fit in. Yet, Ivy still has her eyes on the handsome and wealthy golden boy Gideon, until her mother finds her stash of stolen goods and sends Ivy to China. Years later, back in Boston, Ivy runs into Gideon’s sister and takes advantage of this opportunity to reunite with Gideon. As Ivy infiltrates her way back into Gideon’s life, someone from he past comes back who knows her better than anyone. Someone who could completely ruin Ivy’s plan.

Her Pretty Face by Robyn Harding

Frances Metcalfe is a stay-at-home mom who is nothing like the other elite moms whose children attend the prestigious Forrester Academy. When a disturbing incident at the school makes the other families treat Frances and her son even more like outsiders, she meets Kate Randolph, a beautiful and rich woman who is quick to befriend her. As the two women bond over their mutual hatred of the other mothers, a secret looms over their heads. One of these women is not who she says she is. Her real name is Amber Kunik and she’s a murderer.

The Silent Wife by A.S.A. Harrison

Jodi and Todd are not in a good place in their marriage, even though they lead a wealthy lifestyle in a waterfront condo in Chicago. Todd is a serial cheater and Jodi is an expert in denial. With nothing left to lose, the two head toward a showdown that will shock their community as Jodi is the killer and Todd is the victim.

The Social Climber by Amanda Pellegrino

Eliza is planning her wedding and soon, she will be part of the prominent and wealthy Walker family. Although on the outside, she appears to be the perfect type of woman to join the ranks of this family, secrets from her past begin to emerge.  As Eliza gets closer to the big day, her intentions become more and more clear, making everyone around her wonder who the real Eliza Bennett is.

The Lies I Tell by Julie Clark

She’s known by many different names – Meg Williams, Maggie Littleton, Melody Wilde. She’s a con artist who can transform herself into whoever she needs to be for a job. But Kat Roberts has been waiting for this criminal for ten years after she ruined her life. Wanting nothing more than to expose her for who she really is, this game becomes even more intense as the two women grow closer and Kat is left wondering who the target really is.

The First Mistake by Sandie Jones

From the outside, Alice seems to have it all: an adoring husband, two beautiful children, a successful business, and a home to be admired. But for Alice, nearly a decade after the death of her first husband, she’s still struggling to survive. The only constant in her life is her best friend, Beth. But when things start going haywire at home, in her marriage and in her business, Alice begins to wonder if her trust has been misplaced. Author Sadie Jones shocked us with The Other Woman and she exceeded our expectations with this thrilling tale all over again.

And Now She’s Gone by Rachel Howzell Hall

Rachel Howzell Hall is back with a new thriller that follows a new private investigator who gets her first big case: find mysterious woman Isabel Lincoln. Isabel may be missing but that doesn’t mean she wants to be found. Investigator Grayson Sykes has her own struggles and secrets to keep, and this investigation threatens to unravel both women.

Cover of Pretty Things by Janelle Brown

Pretty Things by Janelle Brown

Nina had every intention of not falling into her mother’s con artist lifestyle. But after gaining a fancy liberal arts degree that was leading nowhere fast, she quickly changed her tune. Alongside her boyfriend, Lachlan, she scammed the filthy rich, targeting high rollers in LA who prized the spotlight. So, when her mom falls ill, she takes on her biggest scam yet: an Instagram influencer and heiress with whom she has a tangled past. But what happens when the scammer gets scammed? Nina’s forced to find out just how far she’ll go. Deception and destruction just keep coming in this page-turner that’s being produced for the screen by Nicole Kidman.

The Last Mrs. Parrish by Liv Constantine

Amber’s bitterness and jealousy could eat her alive, but she’s not going to let it. Instead, she’ll use it to fuel her plan to take Daphne Parrish’s life right out from under her, complete with her husband, her house, all the privilege, and her fairytale mansion. She begins with entangling herself into every part of Daphne’s life. But when a skeleton from her past threatens to expose dark secrets, all her work could be for nothing. This co-author sisterly duo pulls it off again, and we loved every delicious calculating twist and turn.

What She Found by Emerald O’Brien

When Tabitha’s relationship falls apart, her friends are there to pick up the pieces and whisk her away for the weekend for some relaxation, wine, and a blind date. But when a stranger appears at their rental house and refuses to let them call an ambulance in spite of a head wound, the night takes a turn for the worse. The friends become separated, they lose track of the stranger, and in the morning fog, police are asking questions. Their stories don’t add up. Someone is lying. Suspenseful and quick-paced, this thriller is captivating and fresh.

Don’t Ever Forget by Matthew Farrell

In this mind-bending page-turner, police investigator Susan Adler is called to the roadside murder of a state trooper. As she follows the dash cam footage to a missing nurse and her elderly patient. At the old man’s home, she finds evidence from two previous cold cases. As acquaintances begin to turn up dead, Adler is in a race against the clock to uncover the truth before the past catches up to her.

Man of the Year by Caroline Louise Walker

In this sophisticated domestic thriller, Sag Harbor has just named Dr. Robert Hart “Man of the Year.” He’s the envy of his friends and neighbors, with his thriving practice, picture-perfect family, historic home, and brand-new boat. And when his wayward son, Jonah returns, it’s just icing on the cake. But when the family welcome’s Jonah’s friend to stay in their guesthouse, things begin to slide off balance. Robert has a secret and he’ll stop at nothing to keep it covered. If you’re looking for something scandalous and quick-paced, look no further.

Someone We Know by Shari Lapena

In this New York Times bestseller, one neighborhood will never be the same after a local teen begins breaking in and sneaking onto their computers. He steals nothing but secrets. But when a neighbor is mysteriously murdered, it leaves the neighbors pointing fingers at one another. How far will everyone go to protect their secrets? This is exactly the kind of suburban suspense for which Shari Lapena is known and beloved!

We chatted with author Shari Lapena earlier in the year. Read the interview here.

Dear Wife by Kimberly Belle

Beth Murphy is finally on the run and she’s been looking forward to this day for far too long. She’s calculated her every move, anticipating where her husband might look, and staying one step ahead of investigators. Miles away, Sabine Hardison is missing and police suspect foul play. But as the detective on the case gets closer, the lines between the two women begin to blur. Someone is lying, someone’s in danger, and it’s just a matter of time before the truth is exposed. Just when you think you’ve figured it out, you’ll realize you still have no idea.

The Housekeeper by Natalie Barelli

Claire used to have it all, and now she’s hit rock bottom. And she blames Hannah – now Mrs. Carter – for it all. So, when Claire spots Hannah at an upscale salon, she comes up with the perfect scheme for revenge… all she has to do is weasel her way into Hannah’s house as a housekeeper, and voila. What Claire doesn’t anticipate is that the Carter home has a few secrets of its own. And once she’s in, she may never be able to claw her way back out. Conniving, evil and mysterious – this domestic thriller has it all.

Miracle Creek by Angie Kim

Young and Pak Yoo run an experimental medical treatment device known as the Miracle Submarine – a pressurized oxygen chamber that offers therapeutic benefits to patients for conditions that range from autism to infertility. But when an explosion occurs, everyone starts pointing fingers. Someone left a burning cigarette, someone is lying, and someone is unknowingly holding the key to it all. Domestic drama, jealousy, courtroom drama, and murder – this debut thriller has twists you won’t see coming.

If you loved Miracle Creek, here are 12 more books you might enjoy!

My Lovely Wife by Samantha Downing

Millicent and her husband have two children and live in the suburbs. They seem happy enough, and to outsiders, they appear like any other couple. But unlike most couples, these two have a secret darker than any other – they’ve gotten away with murder and it’s just a matter of time before their secrets come out. This one’s twisted and dark, and you won’t be able to put it down.

Need more? Here are 15 chilling thrillers from 2020 you can add to your list.