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Tuesday, December 8, 2015
Review of "Miller's View: A Look into the Darkness"
In the quiet town of Hammond, Louisiana, Detective Jonathan Miller is at it again. Daniel Edwards is dead along with Elyse James. But did Elyse commit suicide? Miller is going to find out, and he's going to use those rose colored glasses he found in Edwards' apartment to help. He misses Callie St Claire, and she's nowhere to be found. As the plot thickens, Miller makes some amazing discoveries about Elyse and her family. He also discovers some disturbing information about his own family. Then as the twists and turns continue to spiral, he learns more about those glasses and himself. Miller finally finds comfort in being with Callie again, but those glasses and what drives them haunts him. Potts delivers a very intriguing sequel, but wait there's more to come. 4 Stars