Have you ever read a fascinating book or a novel whose plot often revolves around cubing or resolving a crime? The people behind these books always paint us with their unique level of imagination and creativity and put it down on paper for us to read. Let us have a review of most famous thriller writers whose content has left us to yearn for more.

Peter James

He is a UK and specifically Brighton born author. He is celebrated, and most of his efforts have paid off and are depicted by the numerous awards he has won. James is famously known for his Roya Grace Novels; his tactics is that of embracing elements which are supernatural to pass his message. The characters that are used in most of his works can easily be remembered, and he blends his work with a well-designed suspense leaving the readers to demand more. The most recent awards he has achieved to mention are The Sussex Police which he was awarded the Outstanding Public Service Award in 2012. In 2015 John won the WHSmith- The Best Crime Author of all Time Winner and the latest notable one is the 2016 CWA Diamond Dagger recipient, this is valuable award by the Crime Writers Association. Some of his highly regarded books are dead simple, not dead enough, Need you dead, you are dead, Read man’s footsteps, dead like you among many more.

James Patterson

Born in Newburgh, New York, he is probably one of the best authors of all time because he has sold millions of copies of his books. He has also won multiple awards, and his hard work earned him the Guinness World Record and the New York Times record for most bestselling hardcover fiction titles by a single author. Some of his known books include: Along came to a spider, Kiss the girls, Alex cross, seduction among many others. The notable awards he has received are National Book Foundation’s the year 2015 Literarian; he was awarded for Outstanding Service to the American Literary Community, the National Parenting Publications Honors Awards among many more awards that have all collectively recognized his effort.

Ian Rankin

This is Cardenden born Scottish. He is considered the Scottish top crime writer a title he has earned over the years. Ians Inspector Rebus novels have been adapted as television series on the I-television, and he is also a renowned contributor to the BBC arts program known as the News night review. Some of the books that propelled Ian to fame include Knots and crosses 1987, Hide and seek 1991 and a question of blood 2003. The recent awards he has won include the 2016 award by the UNESCO City of Literature Visiting Professor, the 2016 RBA International Prize for Crime Writing.

Agatha Christie

For the sake of our article, this Torquay English born author who is multi-million copies selling author closes our chapter. Though she is no more, her books continue to inspire many upcoming and current high profiled writers. She has only been beaten by the William Shakespeare and the Bible, but she remains the bestselling novelist of all time courtesy of the Guinness world record list. Agatha is well known for her detective stories and a collection of short stories as well as writing the world longest running play. She is a renowned first recipient of the Mystery Writers of America’s highest honor known as the Grandmaster award. Some of her famous books include Agatha Christie and the Murder of the Orient Express.

When a person decides to write a thriller book, there is so much that it takes to produce an existing end product. All the above authors have very basic facts in common which make them stand out. All their novels depict people who have brained stormed well, done enough research and above all, they have read widely, and they use exciting characters.