5 Fiction Books To Read If You’re Hooked On True Crime Documentaries

Do you adore bingeing on tv documentaries, but have blasted through them all and have nothing left to view right now? Loved ‘The Staircase’, ‘Surviving a Serial Killer’, ‘Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel’… Then why not check out these brilliant books that have fictional documentaries at their heart? Six Stories, Matt Wesolowski…

‘Intelligent, character-driven, gritty and gripping’ YOU DON’T KNOW ME, by Imran Mahmood #bookrecommendations #mustread #whattoread @imranmahmood777

You Don’t Know Me, by Imran Mahmood, is intelligent, character-driven, gritty and gripping – but at it’s heart is a love story that felt so real. I listened to the audiobook, and the narration by the exceptionally talented Adam Deacon was absolutely perfect; he brought the story to life and completely embodied the main character….

#bookreview Can You See Her, by SE Lynes @SELynesAuthor @bookouture

Can You See Her? is the latest book by SE Lynes, and probably the hardest to review. This is a psychological thriller that gets right into the head of the main character, Rachel, until you are living and breathing her, and truly feel as if you’ve climbed through her ear and are now perched inside…