7 best thriller books for Stuff Your Kindle Day on September 20th

7 best thriller books for Stuff Your Kindle Day on September 20th

Here’s seven of the best Stuff Your Kindle Day thriller books on September 20th, 2023. If you’ve come for a page turner, you’re in the right place.

Movies are good, but you really can’t beat the feeling of a great book. The escapism and immersiveness of a book you just can’t put down is unparalleled, and we’ve all had those late nights frantically reading the last hundred pages of a brilliant page turner. Thrillers are among the most gripping genre of novels out there, and for Stuff Your Kindle Day on September 20th, 2023, there’s a few great ones available for free.

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How to find the best free ebooks on September 20th

Stuff Your Kindle Day is an unofficial event that happens four times a year, and on that day, thousands of electronic books are free. This year, the scheduled dates are March 31, June 30, September 20, and December 27.

However, the great news is that the free book offerings are just not limited to Amazon Kindle books alone. Major ebook reading platforms such as Apple Books, Barnes and Noble Nook, Kobo, and Google Play also participate in this event.

Romance Bookworms curates a comprehensive list of available free books on Stuff Your Kindle Day.

The offering is largely focused on romance novels. However, there’s a ton of sub-genres on offer, which includes many thrillers. You can press command or control + F to search for books on Romance Bookworms – just type in the word ‘thriller’ and it will throw up everything related.

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7 best thriller books for Stuff Your Kindle Day on September 20th

We’ve gone through some of the most popular thriller books available for free this September 20, 2023. Here are our top picks as well as a summary of what to expect from them.

  • My Name is Scream by Marissa Rivera: Myers’ School for the Unwanted took all the vicious and cruel kids and left them in a compound with only nineteen rules to live by. Do not attempt escape, do not miss school, and no killing until the final bell.
  • Lethal Dissection by Dobi Cross
    Spunky surgeon-to-be Zora Smyth just wants to get through medical school, but an unexpected dissection during an anatomy lab turns her into a murder suspect… As the bodies begin to pile up, can she clear her name and find the real culprit?
  • Scratched Off by Julie C. Gilbert
    FBI Special Agent Samuel Kerman has been tasked to catch a wildly erratic serial killer dropping bodies in Pennsylvania state parks. Family, friends, strangers … everybody’s in danger of being scratched off. (This is a fast-paced, intense, twisty mystery/thriller)
  • Bad Roads (E&M Investigations Series) by LJ Bourne
    Bad roads don’t lead to good places. An unsolved, cold murder case sends deadly ripples to the present in this thrilling and suspenseful crime mystery novel by LJ Bourne.
  • Death Sentence by Rayne Matthews
    When I was thirteen, instead of being protected from my abusers, I was framed for a triple homicide. Twenty-one years later, a journalist and a team of lawyers want to take my case and set me free. But after spending my whole life on death row, can I find my place in the real world?
  • Necessary Evil by Stephanie M Freeman
    On the Dark Web, Alanna Symone is the most precious commodity alive. Fathoms below in Deep Web, she is also the deadliest. Can hard-nosed, Homicide Detective Cassiel Garrett, figure out her next move or will a “Necessary Evil” kill them both?
  • Reluctant Heiress by Jessica Jones
    When Dulcie’s family secrets force her to depend on the infamous criminal and father she’s never known, Deacon is sent to protect her. Together they fight unknown enemies, and their growing attraction for each other, with twists, turns, and threats at every corner.

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