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The Magus of Hay | [Phil Rickman]

The Magus of Hay

A man's body is found below a waterfall. It looks like suicide or an accidental drowning – until DI Frannie Bliss enters the dead man's home. What he finds there sends him to Merrily Watkins, the Diocese of Hereford's official advisor on the paranormal. It's nearly 40 years since Hay was declared an independent state by its self-styled king. A development seen at the time as a joke, a publicity scam.
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A man's body is found below a waterfall. It looks like suicide or an accidental drowning – until DI Frannie Bliss enters the dead man's home. What he finds there sends him to Merrily Watkins, the Diocese of Hereford's official advisor on the paranormal.

It's nearly 40 years since Hay was declared an independent state by its self-styled king. A development seen at the time as a joke, a publicity scam. But behind this pastiche a dark design was taking shape, creating a hidden history of murder and ritual-magic, the relics of which are only now becoming horribly visible. It's a situation that will take Merrily Watkins – alone for the first time in years – to the edge of madness.

©2013 Phil Rickman (P)2014 Isis Publishing Ltd

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    Derby, United Kingdom
    10/31/14
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    What made the experience of listening to The Magus of Hay the most enjoyable?

    Back to the roots of Merrily


    What did you like best about this story?

    Daughter on Gap Year


    Which scene did you most enjoy?

    Merrill telling us Daughter on gap year


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    I felt that I needed to listen to all of the Merrily books, I have always enjoyed the Merrily book with the mixture or religion, mysticism. However the past two books I have been becoming increasingly annoyed with Merrily's daughter, her behaviour and un-logical ranting. I enjoyed this book, it had the twists and turns of the earlier books, really enjoyed it

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