HORSEY MERE by David Blake

Horsey Mere

The remains of a 17th Century witch, an MP found hanging above a five-pointed star, and three girls with powers beyond anyone’s control.

As DI Tanner and DS Evans endeavour to make plans for their big day, the chance discovery of Norfolk’s last known witch, tried and hanged by Norfolk’s infamous Witchfinder General, sparks a chain of the most horrific events, none of which Tanner seems able to stop.


Totally gripping 
The discovery of a politician hanged above a 5 pointed star leads DI Tanner and his team into the world of witchcraft after if it is found that the politician was related to the last Witchfinder General of Norfolk 
This story is set mostly from Tanners point of view and I must say that I’m not sure if I liked him or not, whilst he is very focused and dedicated to his job but he also gets tunnel vision which can cause issues at times although he is very good at what he does 
This book caught my attention right from the start and had me wondering what would happen next as things started to become stranger but more addictive to read
This story had me twisting and turning so much and I didn’t see the final twist coming so it was a surprise but also made it more compelling and explained everything which has made me what to read more by this author as this was brilliant storytelling which connected to me emotionally and I felt invested in the characters and what would happen
I would recommend this book to those who enjoy crime dramas that will catch your attention and have you rushing to keep up
AM 🐾 x

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Author Bio

David Blake

Consistently ranked within the top 30 most read authors on, David Blake is a full-time author living in North London. To date he has written eighteen books along with a collection of short stories. He’s currently working on his nineteenth, The Wherryman, which is the next in his series of crime fiction thrillers after Broadland, St. Benet’s, Moorings, Three Rivers and Horsey Mere. When not writing, David likes to spend his time mucking about in boats, often in the Norfolk Broads, where his crime fiction books are based.

Social Media Links
Twitter: @DavidDBlake

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