• Gone Too Far

  • Devlin & Falco, Book 2
  • By: Debra Webb
  • Narrated by: Donna Postel
  • Length: 12 hrs and 17 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (586 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

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.

©2021 Debra Webb. (P)2021 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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Another Great Book!

I enjoyed this book and the complexity of the characters. Lots of surprises present themselves as the story unfolds. Some you can see coming others not so much. One criteria for me to consider a book “good”, is the ability for me to relate to the characters within it. Each character had made poor choices that affected their lives forever. The regret of these choices will follow them throughout their life. This makes for a solid and realistic book in my opinion. I am looking forward to the next book in the series!

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Good story to follow up with first book

Glad they tied some unanswered questions. I enjoyed this book and have gotten to like Devlin and Faldco as a team.

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Great series

I enjoyed the first in the series but like all good series the more you get attached to the characters the better they get.
The story has several storylines that seem to all be connect. Characters are likable and work well together.

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Strange turn of events

Pretty good book. the. Narration was confusing and characters not discernible one to another. I wish I had just read it.

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A drug deal gone bad? A dead DDA & bar owner…

While this story was good, it was not great and seemed to drag until the last 15 chapters. Detectives Devlin & Falco are investigating the murders of a DDA and a bar owner and the only person who can help is a former undercover agent with memory loss from an op gone horribly wrong. Meanwhile, Devlin is dealing with her daughter’s involvement in the death of a classmate. Good HFN ending.

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Great Book!

Enjoyed this book! Looking forward to next book in the series. Highly recommended. I love this author.

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And then it got racist

Sadie Cross is a great character so I really wanted to like this, but plots that center cartels/gangs/mafia/etc. tends to be very dull in my opinion. And then…it got racist. A drug cartel in Mexico? Fine. But do ALL the characters of color need to be evil, two dimensional, “vaguely otherworldly” or all three? Come on. So little to like in this book. Wish Amazon allowed returns - I couldn’t finish it.

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Good but sooo much internal dialog!

3.5 Stars for me!

My rating range of this story... 2.5 - 3.5 Stars
If significant, why?

Main Character Ratings...
H = 7/10
h = 7/10

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M = n/a
F = 6/10
If below 5/10, why? The narrator has a good, clear speaking voice and can carry a couple of different voices; however, there were too many voices to carry in this story and it would have benefited from two or even three narrators.

Was cheating involved? Not by the MCs
Any major triggers to be aware of? Murder of teens, attempted suicide

If Comedy... Type? n/a
Genuinely Funny
Cringe Inducing
Just No!

Angst Level? Please Stop
Light, Moderate, Heavy or Please Stop
3 Stars for me!

Internal Monolog? Please Stop
Light, Moderate, Heavy or Please Stop

Scenes with heat... No

The back story... The blurb says it all!

Final Notes... This was somewhat different from the first story in that it focuses on 14 - 17 year old kids in one leg of the story. The second leg of the story deals with a drug king pin moving from Atlanta to Birmingham. The DEA steps in and creates problems for our lead detectives and the h's daughter is caught up in an incident in which another girl falls down a flight of stairs and is in critical condition. Bring in Santeria, a meddling mayor, more trouble with the chief and other detectives and your head will start spinning. To top it off, this story has more angst and OTT internal dialog than a soap aimed at YA!

I do like the stories but the angst is overwhelming.

HEA or HFN? HFN

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Even better than the first!!

This book was excellent! The suspense just kept going and going… and all I could do was listen. More in-depth character development of Devlin and Falco, more fleshing out of even the villians. I loved it—-the psychology, the twists, the mystery, the heart-pounding unpredictability (except for the very end which made my day)—glad I took a chance on this author’s first book bec this one was awesome!!!

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Tense moments

What a fast paced mystery! I loved the twisty turns and the surprises near the conclusion.

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  • 02-06-22

Perfect tale

Good story. kept me hooked from start to finish. well narrated. I would recommend it.

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  • Tania Cusack
  • 08-13-21

Slightly above average

Slow beginning great middle and end. Narrator needs different voices in females and generally greater voice range for different characters. Reasonably well constructed. Beginning a bit bogged down in American durastiction of cases etc but after that it improves immensely in pace and story