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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

Carcassonne

This is my third post for the A to Z Challenge

I could still taste the garlic butter as I walked the cobbled streets back towards the exit of the castle. 1,332 more words

Penguin Thoughts

Labyrinth

2012,  Not Rated,  2 part total  2:56   John Hurt, Tom Felton, (never realized ‘That’ was him!)  Sebastian Stan Other cast 

Based on the Kate Mosse novels lives are linked by a destiny to solve the world’s most legendary mystery. 151 more words

Movies

Book Review - The Taxidermist's Daughter Kate Mosse

It is wonderful to read a story set in your own small corner of the world, Kate Mosse is a local writer and this is the first book I’ve read that features many of the local landmarks.  609 more words

Adventures

Book Review: The Taxidermist's Daughter

Title: The Taxidermist’s Daughter

Author: Kate Mosse

1921, Sussex. Connie lives with her father, who used to be a successful taxidermist with his own museum of stuffed animals.  455 more words

Reading

The Perks Of Being In A Readers Group

Have you ever thought about joining a book club or readers group?  Leeds Libraries have groups meeting monthly at sites all over the city – ask at your local library for details.  980 more words

Books

Citadel by Kate Mosse

A while back, I read Sepulchre and Labyrinth by Kate Mosse. Both were part of a trilogy loosely connected by very enjoyable. I’ve finished the third book, Citadel, and though it was different than the other two, I still enjoyed it. 299 more words

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