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May ‘One Book a Month’: Eco Book

Sorry this month’s ‘One Book a Month’ is a bit late. I’ve been a bit preoccupied with a few things lately (I’ll explain in my next post but a small hint: I may be about to take a new direction in life!). 393 more words

'One Book A Month' Campaign

Read something which would look good if you were found dead in the middle of it

I think this is great advice, though I am ashamed to say I don’t always take it – The Killer Next Door by Alex Marwood may not look as good in my cold, withered hand as… 1,342 more words

The Mistletoe Bride

The Mistletoe Bride is a haunting short story by one of Britain’s finest living authors, Kate Mosse, who was inspired by a traditional English folk tale. 637 more words



“Love – true love – is a precious thing. It is painful, uncomfortable, makes fools of us all, but it is what breathes meaning and color and purpose into our lives.”
― Kate Mosse


Book Review: Citadel by Kate Mosse

Having read and been a huge fan of the first two instalments in the Languedoc trilogy I was greatly looking forward to finally completing it in Citadel. 1,062 more words


The Labyrinth (or yet another book I failed)

I tried so hard to get through The Labyrinth by Kate Mosse (no, not the model) by I utterly failed. This is another book that belongs on the pile somewhere near Ulysses, or The Female Eunuch. 325 more words


Val McDermid and Kate Mosse celebrate Agatha Christie anniversary

Celebrities like Labyrinth author Kate Mosse and Forensics: The Anatomy of Crime writer Val McDermid are joining in the 125th anniversary of Agatha Christie celebrations by helping to find the World’s Favourite Christie titles. 78 more words