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Kate Mosse
Birth date: October 20, 1961
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Sorry kids, no feet.
Sorry kids, no feet. rated it 4 years ago
I finally got through this book. And by that I mean I skipped huge chunks of the middle and read the last ten chapters. Honestly, I don't think I missed anything. I think anyone who picked this book up at the last ten chapters wouldn't miss anything. But seriously - Molasses on a cold day moves fa...
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Silver's Reviews rated it 8 years ago
Blackthorn House was a place you didn't want to visit.Blackthorn House had the odd Gifford family living there.Blackthorn House had secrets.Connie Gifford and her father lived at Blackthorn House and were well known for their taxidermy, but no one ever came around any more for visits or taxidermy.Wh...
BrokenTune rated it 9 years ago
Not digging this one so far. :( However, our local Waterstone's is hosting an evening with Kate Mosse soon, and, as my friend really likes her books, we're going to be there. Has anyone else any experience with Kate Mosse's books? *EDIT: DNF'd @ 14%. I'm not reviewing this one as it's just no...
Momster Bookworm
Momster Bookworm rated it 9 years ago
I started this read in the audio version. The opening setting is in 19th-Century France, and the descriptions of architecture, in particular, of the Palais Garnier, were exquisite. A few weeks later, I saw photographs which a friend took of the same theater, and the majestic description does the bui...
Momster Bookworm
Momster Bookworm rated it 9 years ago
I have long been fascinated with the history of medieval France, bloody though it was. This book, the first in a trilogy, in particular, as it deals with the legendary holy grail and of the mystery surrounding it. The storyline interweaves a modern-day archaeological dig with flashbacks to the 13th ...
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