Kate Mosse

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Authors at Hay festival weigh the meaning of authenticity
Who can write about whom was a running question, tackled by writers from Rose Tremain to Damon Galgut

Lucy Knight

06, Jun, 2022 @5:38 PM

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The Taxidermist’s Daughter review – Kate Mosse’s gothic mystery stuffed with visual thrills
Mosse’s adaptation of her blood-soaked novel delivers on chills but could do with more substance amid the sound and fury

Mark Lawson

20, Apr, 2022 @1:21 PM

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‘Don’t tell actors how to act, Mum!’: Kate Mosse on how her debut play was a family affair
How did the novelist adapt her bestseller The Taxidermist’s Daughter for the stage? By stripping out the gore, ratcheting up the revenge – and asking her actor son for tips

Claire Armitstead

18, Apr, 2022 @7:00 AM

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Government pauses plans to rewrite UK copyright laws after authors protest
Intellectual property rule changes were mooted in the wake of Brexit but have been shelved after warnings about how this could hit writers’ incomes

Alison Flood

19, Jan, 2022 @9:01 AM

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Miss Marple back on the case in stories by Naomi Alderman, Ruth Ware and more
Agatha Christie’s beloved sleuth to return in new authorised collection featuring contemporary writers including Dreda Say Mitchell, Kate Mosse and Val McDermid

Alison Flood

31, Aug, 2021 @12:42 PM

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In brief: An Extra Pair of Hands; The Maidens; After the Silence – reviews
Kate Mosse’s eloquent new book reveals her other life as a carer, while two thrillers delve into secrets hidden in a university and an island community

Hannah Beckerman

20, Jun, 2021 @3:00 PM

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Leading authors sound alarm over post-Brexit changes to copyright
Philip Pullman and Kate Mosse among writers warning that changes being considered could flood UK with cheap foreign editions and threaten livelihoods

Alison Flood

10, Jun, 2021 @12:27 PM

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An Extra Pair of Hands by Kate Mosse review – the dignity of care
Looking after the elderly is a feminist issue, but this moving and unusual memoir also speaks of the pleasure and privilege that leaven the heavy burden of care

Madeleine Bunting

22, May, 2021 @6:30 AM

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The City of Tears review – Kate Mosse's compelling 16th-century French epic
The second volume of Mosse’s wars of religion trilogy vividly depicts persecution and how politics can upturn ordinary lives

Stephanie Merritt

07, Feb, 2021 @11:00 AM

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'People in their 80s and 90s are bloody brilliant!' Kate Mosse on writing – and being a carer
The bestselling historical novelist has had a productive lockdown - reading 250 books and writing two, all while caring for her elderly mother-in-law

Emine Saner

19, Jan, 2021 @10:00 AM

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Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie voted Women's prize 'winner of winners'
Nigerian author’s novel Half of a Yellow Sun, which won in 2007, named the best book in the prize’s 25-year history by the public

Alison Flood

12, Nov, 2020 @12:01 AM

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‘George Eliot’ joins 24 female authors making debuts under their real names
The Reclaim Her Name project, marking 25 years of the Women’s prize for fiction, will introduce titles including Middlemarch by Mary Ann Evans

Alison Flood

12, Aug, 2020 @4:19 PM

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