I am stupidly excited to share the completely gorgeous cover of the new Barbara Copperthwaite novel with you this evening. This latest beauty is called Her Last Secret and will be published by the mighty Bookouture on 13th October 2017. I am such a fan of Barbara’s writing and I cannot wait to get my mitts on a copy of her latest work. If you don’t believe me, click here for my review of Flowers for the Dead, or here for my review of The Darkest Lies. Both fabulous five star reads!
So without further ado, here’s the Her Last Secret blurb…
There are some secrets you can never tell.
The last thing to go through Dominique Thomas’s head was the image of her teenage daughter’s face and her heart lifted. Then the shot rang out.
They were the perfect family. Successful businessman Ben Thomas and his wife Dominique live an enviable life, along with their beautiful children; teenager Ruby and quirky younger daughter, Mouse.
But on Christmas Day the police are called to their London home, only to discover a horrific scene; the entire family lying lifeless, victims of an unknown assailant.
But when Ruby’s diary is discovered, revealing her rage at the world around her, police are forced to look closer to home for the key to this tragedy.
Each family member harboured their own dark truths – but has keeping their secrets pushed Ruby to the edge of sanity? Or are there darker forces at work?
This dark, gripping psychological thriller will have you holding your breath until the very last page. Fans of Behind Closed Doors, Sometimes I Lie, and The Girl on the Train will be captivated.
Flipping heck! How good does that sound? And now for the cover…
What a stunner 😍! I absolutely love that blurb and cover and cannot wait to get Her Last Secret read and reviewed. I’m counting down the days until publication. Make sure you pre-order your copy so you don’t miss out:
Her Last Secret by Barbara Copperthwaite will be published in the UK and US by Bookouture on 13th October 2017 and will be available in eBook format.
The people behind the crime, from the perpetrator to the victim and beyond, are what intrigue Barbara Copperthwaite.
She was raised by the sea and in the countryside, where she became a lover of both nature and the written word – the latter leading to a successful career as a journalist. For over twenty years people have kindly and bravely shared with her their real experiences of being victims of crime. Now, through fiction, Barbara continues to explore the emotional repercussions.