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About The Pale Horse
The television adaptation tells the story of Mark, a well-off Londoner still mourning the tragic death of his first wife and locked in an icy marriage to his second, when his name is discovered on a found in the possession of a dead woman. Almost everyone on the list is already dead—and they’ve all got ties to three creepy ladies in a strangely-named town.
When a mysterious list of names is found in the shoe of a dead woman, Mark Easterbrook (Rufus Sewell, The Man in the High Castle) is determined to find out why his name is on it. His investigation leads him to three women living at former inn The Pale Horse. As more deaths occur, Mark finds himself thinking the unthinkable. Could this all be the work of witchcraft, and is he himself cursed?
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