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The Taxidermist's Daughter

We will each write a ghost story. — Lord Byron

I saw the hideous phantasm of a man stretched out, and then, on the working of some powerful engine, show signs of life, and stir with an uneasy, half-vital motion. 488 more words


The Taxidermist's Daughter book review

The Taxidermist’s Daughter
By Kate Mosse

The Taxidermist’s Daughter is a very different novel from Kate Mosse’s Carcassonne trilogy. This time she explores the village of Fishbourne in West Sussex just before the outbreak of World War I. 478 more words


The Mistletoe Bride & other haunting tales

The Mistletoe Bride and other haunting tales is a collection of short stories from author Kate Mosse best know for her Languedoc Trilogy, the tales are inspired by folk tales from various regions and after each story there is an authors note on the inspiration behind the tale which is a fascinating insight into the authors World and kept short enough so it does not intrude to much on the collection. 268 more words


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Life is not, as we are taught, a matter of seeking answers, but rather learning which are the questions we should ask

-Freddie, The Winter Ghosts by Kate Mosse


From an Author and Editor Relationship to Something Bigger: Sheila Hancock and Kate Mosse

Today’s guest blog features our interviews with one of Britain’s most-loved actresses Sheila Hancock, also a bestselling author, and her friend, the bestselling author… 643 more words

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Review: The Winter Ghosts - Kate Mosse.

Seeking resolution to the horrors of World War One, where he lost his brother, Freddie is traveling through the Pyrenees, when his car spins off the road. 183 more words

Book Review

Book Review: The Winter Ghosts by Kate Mosse

The story begins with Freddie entering an old bookshop in 1933 requesting that the owner translate a letter for him. The keeper asks Freddie where he got the paper and so Freddie begins his tale. 619 more words