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Labyrinth: A Very Mixed Bag

Meet Alice and Alaïs, two women with intertwined lives living in different centuries. One PhD, one daughter of a high-ranking court figure, and one convoluted hidden secret. 573 more words


'Kill them all; God will know his own.'


by Kate Mosse

A Review

History attributes those chilling words of the title to Arnaud Amaury, the papal legate who led the massacre at Beziers in 1209 CE. 563 more words

Book Review

Short Stories Challenge 2017 - The Drowned Village by Kate Mosse from the collection The Mistletoe Bride And Other Haunting Tales

What’s The Drowned Village all about?:

This is the story of a young boy called Gaston whom after tragic circumstances in his own life becomes embroiled in a strange ceremony to celebrate the ghostly inhabitants of a village under the sea. 544 more words

Book Reviews

Who We Are

“We are who we are,

because of those

we choose to love


because of those

who love us.”

~ Kate Mosse, The Winter Ghosts… 83 more words


A Secret Sisterhood – available for pre-order

Even though writers are supported by a team of people at their publishing house, bringing a book into the world can sometimes feel a lonely business. 336 more words

Female Literary Friendship

Review: Labyrinth

Book Review
3.5 of 5 stars to Labyrinth, the first book in a three part series entitled “Languedoc,” written in 2005 by Kate Mosse… 324 more words

Book Reviews

The Librarian's Cellar: The Mistletoe Bride and Other Haunting Tales

Haunting, as in lingering like shadows when you’ve finished the book entirely, The Mistletoe Bride and Other Haunting Tales by Kate Mosse is a lovely read. 82 more words

The Librarian's Cellar