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Why 'Daughters of Babylon' is like 'Labyrinth' and 'The Da Vinci Code' (but better)

I was thinking today about why I enjoyed reading Daughters of Babylon so much (a book we launched this week). The fact that I was doing so at all exemplifies the contradictory demands I place on fiction (in other words, I’m an awkward so-and-so). 1,495 more words

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Happy Birthday Southsea Library!

Southsea Library celebrates its 3rd birthday this year and to celebrate, a Teddy Bear’s picnic will be held on the 29th July, from 12 noon – 1 pm.  140 more words

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Daughters of Babylon - out now at special launch price!

Lovers of Kate Mosse’s Carcassonne historical mysteries, and Gabriel García Márquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude, aren’t often linked but today they are. Devotees of both authors will rejoice in… 407 more words

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Book #54: Two Months Isn’t That Long

“Sepulchre” is the second book of Kate Mosse’s Languedoc Trilogy, a series of books that take place in France over several different time periods.  Both the first book, entitled “Labyrinth,” and this novel feature two heroines from different time periods that are connected by history and a mystical element.  298 more words

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The Winter Ghosts by Kate Mosse

The Winter Ghosts by Kate Mosse

The Great War robbed a generation of friends, lovers and their gilded youth. In Freddie Watson’s case, it took his beloved brother and, at times, his peace of mind. 447 more words

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Book Review: The Winter Ghosts by Kate Mosse

It’s 1928 and Freddie Watson is coming to terms with a number of things, chief of which is the loss of his elder brother, George, during the Great War.   300 more words

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Jacking it in, sort of

I’ve decided to write a different book. For the last year I’ve had two plots in my head, but thanks to an ebook by writer and tutor Greg Mosse, I’ve concluded that the one in which I’ve invested time and a lot of this blog isn’t really a plot at all. 146 more words

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