About the Event
Kate Mosse OBE is a No 1 international bestselling novelist, playwright and non-fiction writer, best known for her multi-million copy selling Languedoc Trilogy and for her Gothic Fiction, including The Taxidermist’s Daughter, which she is adapting for film and stage. She is also the Founder Director of the (formerly Orange) Women’s Prize for Fiction and Deputy Chair of the Royal National Theatre. Following on from her Sunday Times number one bestseller, The Burning Chambers, Kate joins us to talk about her new book, The City of Tears, a breathtaking novel of revenge, persecution and loss set in France 1572, a country ravaged by a decade of the Wars of Religion. Talking to Deirdre Shields.
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About the Book
Publication date:19 Jan 2021
From the Languedoc to Paris and Amsterdam, Kate Mosse's novel sees the Joubert family caught up in the St Bartholomew's Day Massacre and a frightening sequence of events thereafter . . .