Gone Too Far
by Debra Webb
Kindle Edition, 382 pages
Expected publication: April 27th 2021 by Thomas & Mercer
This second entry in USA Today bestselling author Debra Webb’s Devlin & Falco series proves that sometimes the past is best left forgotten.
As veteran detectives of the Birmingham Police Department, Kerri Devlin and Luke Falco have seen it all. So when the city’s new hotshot deputy district attorney turns up dead as part of a double homicide, the partners immediately get to work.
But this is no ordinary case. Devlin and Falco quickly link the murdered DDA to one of their own: former BPD detective Sadie Cross. But Sadie’s fractured memory is yet another puzzle to decipher, as she only recalls bits and pieces of her violent past…a past that may hold clues to the motive behind the murders.
As the group slowly begins to unearth the truth, they soon discover that the more secrets are revealed, the more fatal the consequences.
This is the second book in the Delvin & Falco series by Debra Webb.
This book has a couple of storylines running through it an it is all connected to Kerri Devlin in some way. The first storyline features Sadie Cross, BPD Detective with a shaky memory and a not very above board father who is a bit of a criminal in truth. And it shows the death ofn DA Asher Walsh who is close to Sadie.
Then we have the story with the death of one of Kerri’s daughter Tori’s classmates. This is very mean girls-esque and really keeps your attention. This is kind of an omnipotant writing style and would translate well to film, tv or movies.
Needless to say there is a lot going on in this book. It is all interesting and keeps you turning pages. The writing style is spot on and you can feel the tension the characters are going through. The mystery is great and there is a surprise at the end that is quite a shocker!
Loved so much about it. If you like detective fiction or police procedurals, definitely check this one out. You won’t be disappointed.
I received this as an ARC (Advanced Reader Copy) in return for an honest review. I thank NetGalley, the publisher and the author for allowing me to read this title. Opinions are completely my own.