Kate Mosse is the author of two non-fiction books and three novels, including the international bestseller, Labyrinth. Published in 37 languages in 40 countries, Labyrinth won ‘Richard & Judy’s Best Read’ at the 2006 British Book Awards and was one of Waterstone’s Top 100 novels of the past 25 years. Co-Founder & Honorary Director of the Orange Broadband Prize for Fiction, Kate appears on many radio shows including BBC Radios 4’s Saturday Review, Open Book, BBC Breakfast News and Simon Mayo on Radio Five Live. Kate lives with her family in West Sussex and Carcassonne.
Kate's latest book is Sepulchre, a spellbinding adventure that carries us back from the present day in the French spa-town of Rennes-les-Bains, first to the 19th century, and then further back into the stories of the ancient kings buried there with their treasure.
Kate Mosse will be appearing:
Taking all the right turnings.
The criticism of literature and criticism as literature.
Kate Mosse covers all aspect of using historical research to create realistic fictional worlds.