Review: “Flowers for the Dead” by Barbara Copperthwaite

Sinister, twisted, yet deeply intriguing, “Flowers for the Dead” by Barbara Copperthwaite is a serial killer thriller that, at times, reads like something ripped straight from the headlines. About the Book He sees her. The one. The sunglasses don’t fool anyone, she is clearly upset, her nose and lips swollen from crying. They are two…

Review: “The Girl in the Missing Poster” by Barbara Copperthwaite

An addictive mix of anxiety-inducing suspense and heart wrenching drama, “The Girl in the Missing Poster” by Barbara Copperthwaite is a perfectly paced thriller brimming with palpable tension. About the Book MISSING – Have you seen this girl? Nineteen-year-old Leila Hawkins was last seen on 24 June, 1994, when she left her parents’ anniversary party…