Thriller Book Title Generator

Thriller Book Title Generator

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For the purpose of this post, I am using the word ‘thriller’ for books that fall in the genres of crime, police procedurals, mysteries, and thrillers.

Thriller Book Titles

Thriller fiction titles are often short and punchy. They can be stark and contradictory. Think of The Shining Girls by Lauren Beukes, The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold, The Black Echo by Michael Connelly, and The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter. The titles of crime and thriller novels are mostly fewer than five words, and they are easy to remember.

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The Genre

Thriller fiction accounts for more than 40% of all fiction books sales. The plots in thrillers focus on a crime, usually a murder, that has been committed – or is about to be committed. The protagonists must solve these crimes and bring the antagonists to justice. There are many sub-genres in this category of books.

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The tone of these books is often clinical, menacing, and macabre. The mood created is suspenseful, unsettling, and stark.

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Thriller Book Title Generator

If you’re looking for a name for your thriller, use our generator.

You can play around with the prompts. If you find a better title by choosing a different letter of the alphabet, use it!

Thriller Book Title Generator

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Posted on: 5th March 2020