Broadchurch: Protection – Erin Kelly

Published 3.2.15


An official and original short story to be read after watching episode five of Broadchurch: Series Two. Containing completely new material not available anywhere else, this is a must-read for all fans of the show.

The fifth in a collection of eight short stories to run alongside the second series of ITV’s BAFTA award-winning show, Broadchurch. This story will be released at midnight following the broadcast of episode five.

My thoughts

The latest Broadchurch short story has arrived. As I am completely and utterly addicted to Broadchurch, David Tennant and Olivia Colman, I had to read it first thing to get my fix. The action is really hotting up on screen, with the trial ins and outs and the fascinating Sandbrook case. This time, we get a little bit more of Sharon Bishop, the QC defending Joe Miller in court.

Sharon, as we have seen on TV, has a son behind bars and is under massive pressure with the case. Her son, Jonah, has been imprisoned and is going through a hard time. We have seen Sharon is quite a tough, adversarial character, who has fought her way up to QC. The wonderful thing that Erin Kelly has done is make her that little bit more rounded and has answered all of the questions that you didn’t realise you were asking. I feel more empathetic towards her now. I wouldn’t want to be Sharon. She seems quite alone.

I’m looking forward to more Broadchurch next week. Hurry up next week! I am dying to know if Ellie and Hardy will solve the Sandbrook case and if Joe Miller will get away with murder.

About Northern Crime

Reviewer with a mind of her own. This is a collection of book reviews, which started in 2014. Mostly crime and odd other genres thrown in. Some I loved. Some I loathed. You get the picture.
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