Not only do the patients have secrets, but these therapists also have secrets of their own. Bad, bad secrets.
The Therapist by B.A. Paris
As Alice is getting to know her neighbors, she discovers a devastating secret about her new home and begins to feel a strong connection with Nina, the therapist who lived there before.
The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides
Alicia Berenson is a famous painter married to an in-demand fashion photographer living in a posh area of London. One evening, her husband Gabriel returns home late. Alicia shoots him five times in the face and then never speaks another word.
Behind Her Eyes by Sarah Pinsborough
Louise Barnsley is chagrined to learn that the hunky man who kissed her in a bar turns out to be her new, married boss, therapist David Martin. Their interactions become more complicated when David’s gorgeous wife, Adele, bumps into Louise and cultivates her friendship.
Good Enough Mother by Bev Thomas
Ruth Hartland is the director of a trauma unit, a psychotherapist with years of experience, wise, respected by her peers – and haunted by the fact that her son Tom disappeared. Enter a new patient, Dan– unstable and traumatized– who looks exactly like her missing son.
You Should Have Known by Jean Hanff Korelitz
Grace, therapist and author of a book warning women to really hear what men are trying to tell them, finds her life turned upside down by a violent death, a missing husband, and an ongoing chain of terrible revelations.
Suspect by Michael Robotham
Joe O’Loughlin, a psychologist faced with a recent diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease, confronts a conspiracy against him after he becomes the prime suspect in the brutal murder of a woman with whom he once had a relationship.
Blue Monday by Nicci French
When five-year-old Matthew Farraday is abducted, there is a desperate police hunt. Psychotherapist Frieda Klein cannot ignore the coincidence: one of her patients has recurring dreams in which he hungers for a child the spitting image of Matthew.