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‘Do not be afraid. I am watching you.’
Things like this don’t happen in Chichester, muses Harry Woolston in Kate Mosse’s The Taxidermist’s Daughter. Harry only thinks that because he is one of very few characters in this macabre, enjoyable novel who has absolutely nothing to hide. 320 more words
I just finished Kate Mosse’s latest novel The Taxidermist’s Daughter last night, at the end of a pretty lazy Sunday. Never read anything by her before, but saw a great review in the Independent when it first came out at the beginning of September, and so picked it up in a massive bookshop when I was on holiday visiting my parents about a month later. 804 more words
I’m sure these days every third book or so follows this simple formula for a title.
Honestly. The Taxidermist’s Daughter. The Time-Traveller’s Wife. The Pirate’s Daughter. 140 more words