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16. Sepulchre (+ Labyrinth)

Title: Sepulchre

Author: Kate Mosse

Series: Languedoc Trilogy (2/3)

Time/Place: France 1891-7, 2007

Teaser: ‘This story begins with a pantomime of a burial.’

Summary: 1891: Leonie and Anatole Vernier leave Paris to live with their mysterious Aunt Isolde in the quiet Rennes-les-Baines. 593 more words

October 20 in history

1548 The city of Nuestra Senora de La Paz (Our Lady of Peace) was founded by Captain Alonso de Mendoza by appointment of the king of Spain and Holy Roman Emperor, Charles V. 604 more words

History

The Taxidermist's Daughter by Kate Mosse

Publication date: September 2015, Orion Books

Source: my own copy

Rating: 3*

The Taxidermist’s Daughter is a difficult book to review without giving away too much detail particularly about the element that almost made me stop reading and because of that I was in two minds what rating to give it. 463 more words

Fiction

My Week in Books: 20 September 2017

This Week in Books is a weekly round-up hosted by Lypsyy Lost & Found, about what I’ve been reading Now, Then & Next.

A similar meme,   526 more words

Books

Short Stories Challenge 2017 - The House On The Hill by Kate Mosse from the collection The Mistletoe Bride And Other Haunting Tales.

What’s The House On The Hill all about?:

Set in the 1920’s, this is the story of a young woman who goes to visit her cousin in the countryside and her experiences with a house on the estate that has a strange light burning in one of its windows. 544 more words

Book Reviews

My Week in Books: 13 September 2017

This Week in Books is a weekly round-up hosted by Lypsyy Lost & Found, about what I’ve been reading Now, Then & Next.

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Books

The Winter Ghosts

Kate Mosse is back with a haunting story from the French mountains.

March 1928.

The Great War has been over for ten years, but Freddie still hasn’t recovered from the loss of his brother. 250 more words

Fiction