Kate Mosses Languedoc novels, beginning with 2005s Labyrinth, have sold millions of copies worldwide and been translated into more than 42 languages. Her new book The Burning Chambers, the first in a trilogy to be set against a backdrop of three hundred years of history stretching from sixteenth-century France to nineteenth-century southern Africa, sees her leap forward in time for a gripping story of love and betrayal, mysteries and secrets. Were excited to host her at Wimpole to talk about her work
Wimpole History Festival
Wimpole Estate Arrington
24/06/2018 13:30:00 - 24/06/2018 13:30:00
Kate Mosse, OBE, is an international bestselling author with sales of more than five million copies in 38 languages. Her fiction includes the Languedoc Trilogy, Labyrinth (2005), Sepulchre (2007) and Citadel (2012), as well as The Burning Chambers (2018).
Kate is the Co-Founder and Chair of the Board of the Women’s Prize for Fiction, known as the Bailey's Womens Prize for Fiction as of 2014, and in June 2013 was awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for services to literature. Kate was born in Chichester, and she now lives in Sussex.