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Broadchurch: One More Secret – Erin Kelly

Short Story 4*'s
Short Story

This book released to follow episode six of the ITV series is the most clearly entwined of the whole series, read this before watching and you’ll miss the most shocking part of the episode.

This is Beth’s story and so naturally it covers her life, juggling attending the court with a ten-day-old baby. I’m sure this story will resonate with mother’s the world over and Beth has more reason than most to feel torn in too many directions. The court case takes another twist and we hear what happened when the camera cut away.

There is far more detail in this one than the previous short stories, I really felt that this story offered a clear insight into Beth’s life, her relationship with Mark, Chloe and the other members of the close-knit community of Broadchurch.

I had a minor panic Tuesday morning as I thought I’d left a wifi zone without downloading this episode, thankfully all was in order and I was able to enjoy my coffee with this excellent short story.


A book lover who clearly has issues as obsessed with crime despite leading a respectable life

6 thoughts on “Broadchurch: One More Secret – Erin Kelly

  1. I’m so glad you’re enjoying this series. You’re getting out of it what I think the creators hoped readers would whereas I stopped watching and reading after the first episode. It’s great to see the enjoyment it brings though.

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  2. I wonder if all the stories will be collated into a book at the end of this series? Or would that perhaps not work, as they’re all featuring different characters? I think I’d be more likely to buy that, tbh.


  3. Glad to hear you’re liking this series and tie-in so well, Cleo! And I wonder if Crimeworm might be right and the stories might be collated…Interesting idea!


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