Life after Broadchurch (and what next for Miller and Hardy?)




About Eva Hudson
Eva Hudson is an author who specialises in writing crime thrillers featuring strong female leads. Eva was born and raised in south London and now splits her time between the Sussex countryside and central London. She’s been a government officer, singer, dotcom entrepreneur, portrait artist, web designer and project manager. In 2011 she won the inaugural Lucy Cavendish fiction prize for her first novel, political thriller, The Loyal Servant.

2 Responses to Life after Broadchurch (and what next for Miller and Hardy?)

  1. Eva, can you answer this little mystery – why didnt Jo just chuck Danny’s body off the cliff when he had killed him. Why go to the trouble of stealing the boat, sailing it round the bay, and laying the body and skateboard on the beach?

    • Eva Hudson says:

      Good question… I think he couldn’t dump him off the cliff where he was killed as that would arouse too much police interest in the lodge. Throughout the series there were moments where I could just hear crime thriller fans shouting ‘oh come on’ at the television (eg the police not knowing about newsagent Jack’s previous conviction). But I think overall, as a piece of drama, it was great, so I can forgive it pretty much anything.