Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish and it is now hosted by The Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s theme is Frequently Used Words In Thriller Titles. Here’s my list:
9. Dead Girls
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3 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday – Frequently Used Words In Thriller Titles”
Considering all these titles with “mother”, “daughter”, “sister”, “husband” and “wife” in the titles of thrillers… It’s like everything goes downhill once a person gets married – according to thriller logic anyway 😀
Also, when there is “girl” in the title, it’s usually a woman, not actually a girl… Weird.
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Haha that’s true. And most of them deal with a spouse or child going missing. Yes, I’m not sure why the titles say “girl” when women are the main characters, and they aren’t marketed towards kids.