White Horse By Joss Stirling

White Horse

By Joss Stirling

  • Release Date: 2020-10-30
  • Genre: Women Sleuths

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Description

A thrilling new whodunnit series, fast-paced and funny, featuring a detective as sharp as his suits and a heroine who’s trouble.

3000 years ago Iron Age people carved a White Horse on the Downs near Uffington Castle and now someone has dumped a body there. Laid out like a ceremonial killing, Detective Inspector Leo George isn't convinced that the murder is what it appears.
He suspects the young female victim may have been a member of the Children of the White Horse, a secretive valley commune, but none of the cult members are talking. That is until he discovers his friend, Jess Bridges, is undercover in the commune, attempting to persuade a wayward young woman to leave the cult.
Leo is confronted by the fact that Jess is heading right into the heart of a mystery that has less to do with ancient gods than it does modern vices, and there is nothing old about spilling blood…

Reviews

‘Don’t Trust Me really is one of the best psychological thriller debut’s you’ll probably read in 2018’ 5* Amazon reviewer

‘A page turning read with a difference’ 5* Amazon reviewer

‘This was a fantastic debut, I will be keeping my eyes open for the next book by Joss Stirling’ 5* Amazon reviewer

‘I was captivated from the start’ Kirstie Marie Hill, Netgalley reviewer

‘This book is just so well written’ Stephanie Collins, Netgalley reviewer

‘Highly addictive… genuine riveting’ Liz Loves Books

About the author

Joss was born on the borders of East London and Essex. Leaving Essex behind for Cambridge, she went on to have careers in British diplomacy, as a policy adviser for Oxfam and along the way gained a doctorate in English Literature from Oxford University. More recently she has written for children and young adults, winning awards in both categories. She has published over fifty novels that have been translated into many languages. She lives in Oxford. Don’t Trust Me is her debut novel for adults.