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“We are who we are, be­cause of those we choose to love and be­cause of those who love us.”

― Kate Mosse, The Winter Ghosts

#6Degrees: From a locked room to the mystery of Shakespeare's identity

We begin this month’s Six Degrees of Separation chain #6Degrees with a 1979 novel that was a best-seller:  Flowers in the Attic by V. C. Andrews, a chilling story of four children who, on the death of their father, are hidden in an attic room for years so their mother can get her hands on a legacy.  819 more words


The Taxidermist's Daughter By Kate Mosse

The clock strikes twelve. Beneath the wind and the remorseless tolling of the bell, no one can hear the scream . . .

1912. A Sussex churchyard. 161 more words

Labyrinth by Kate Mosse

I’ve been on a book frenzy, Fangirls. As you may recall in my review of Sepulchre by Kate Mosse, I mentioned that it was book two in a loosely connected trilogy. 218 more words


Labyrinth by Kate Mosse

Languedoc Triliogy Book 1, G. P. Putnam Son’s, 2005, 508 pgs.

Two women. One, Alice, a modern academic who mistakenly gets caught up in a conspiracy dating back thousands of years after volunteering to help on her friend’s archeological dig. 1,255 more words

Historical Fiction: How True to the History Should Writers Be?

A few weeks ago an author gave me a book of short stories that were essentially modern takes on historical tales—in this case stories from the Bible. 578 more words