Biography

Kate Mosse

Kate Mosse has written nonfiction, plays, short stories and six novels, including the international bestseller LABYRINTH. The cofounder of the prestigious Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction (formerly the Orange Prize), she is a campaigner to save independent bookshops and libraries in the U.K. A regular presenter for BBC radio and television, she won the Spirit of Everywoman award and was awarded an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List for services to literature. She lives with her family in England and France.

Kate Mosse

Books by Kate Mosse

by Kate Mosse - Fiction, Historical Fiction, Historical Thriller, Suspense, Thriller

While war creeps through France in 1942, the women of a small French city take matters into their own hands. The group, calling themselves Citadel, sabotages German forces, smuggles in goods, and helps refugees whenever possible. They are also involved in another dark endeavor --- finding an ancient Codex that can possibly resurrect an army of spirits that will protect them and drive out their enemies.

by Kate Mosse - Fiction, Mystery

Young World War I veteran Freddie Watson meets an enigmatic young woman one night while traveling through the French Pyrenees. By dawn, he will have unearthed a tragic mystery that goes back centuries, and discovered his own role in the life of this old remote town. 

by Kate Mosse - Thriller

July 2005. In the Pyrenees mountains near Carcassonne, Alice, a volunteer at an archaeological dig, stumbles into a cave and discovers the pattern of a labyrinth. Eight hundred years earlier, on the eve of a brutal crusade that will rip apart southern France, a young woman named Alais is given a ring and a mysterious book for safekeeping by her father. The book, he says, contains the secret of the true Grail, and the ring, inscribed with a labyrinth, will identify a guardian of the Grail. What is the connection...and what will happen now that the labyrinth has been found?