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The Winter Ghosts by Kate Mosse

We are who we are because of those we choose to love and because of those who love us

A truly haunting tale. This was recommended to me by a friend so when I found it in a second hand book shop for 50p, I couldn’t turn it down.

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The Annoying Book Title's Daughter: the three questions those repetitive titles force you to ask

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

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Book review - The Winter Ghosts by Kate Mosse

Kate Mosse is not an author I am familiar with – I had heard of her but kind of assumed her books wouldn’t be my thing. 333 more words

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Disappointing endings: my review of Sepulchre and why I won't read Kate Mosse's The Taxidermist's Daughter.

Two time lines run parallel; in 1891 young Leonie Vernier moves to Domaine de la Cade away from Paris and in 2007 Meredith Martin arrives there from America. 418 more words

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Authors - can you ever over edit?

‘The Spirit of the Jaguar’ is my current work in progress. This is an historical novel which began life as the dream sequences in a time slip story set primarily in the 1930’s. 323 more words

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