Miller 4 : Gone Too Far

“I adore DCI Miller” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
“An excellent series” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
“You cannot put these books down! Absolutely brilliant” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

DCI Miller is faced with a head-ache and a half in GONE TOO FAR.

Kathy Hopkirk, the nation’s most detested “celebrity” has disappeared.

Famed for her outrageous remarks and nasty observations about ordinary people in the street and stars from the showbiz world, Kathy has always taken great delight in grabbing the headlines and causing as much controversy as possible. But now she is in the news for a different reason. She is missing.

While visiting Manchester for work, she was staying at The Midland. The iconic, world famous hotel was the last place Kathy was seen, CCTV recorded her leaving on foot. Her destination was unknown. Three days later, her disappearance was reported to police by her manager. The sensational news was met with great interest by the British public, though very little surprise or sympathy. Kathy Hopkirk had been pushing it for years. It looks like this time, she may just have gone too far.

DCI Miller and his team are overwhelmed by the amount of vitriol and hatred which surrounds the missing woman. Where do they possibly start with this one? Kathy has had thousands of death threats on Twitter alone.

DCI Miller is back with another roller-coaster case.

Gone Too Far is the fourth DCI Miller story from popular British indie author Steven Suttie.

“Another fantastic read by Steven Suttie, crime drama at its best!!”
“Absolutely brilliant, couldn’t put it down. Read it in a day!”
“I absolutely loved this book, couldn’t put it down, then of course sad that I’d finished it.”

I am a MASSIVE fan of this series, a detective series where the detective is just a normal bloke, not a raging alki or a womaniser, just a good bloke with a fab team around him. Steven Suttie never fails to write a book where you aren’t questioning your own morals. Very true to life characters, you may even recognise some. I went to bed to have an hour reading this and found myself devouring the whole thing.

Just brilliant!.

Donna Moran