Kate Mosse, author of Labyrinth which sold millions of copies around the world and who has just finished Citadel, the final novel in her trilogy, will be reading at the University of Hull’s Staff House at 6.30pm next Tuesday.
Labyrinth has been described as an astounding mystery going backwards and forwards between the Cathar world of 13th century France and the present day.
Mosse will be talking to novelist and professor of creative writing Martin Goodman about her writing and other sides of her life, such as being the founder of The Orange Prize for women’s fiction.
Mosse also writes about her corner of South West France – Carcassonne and the Pyrenees. Professor Goodman also has a home in the Pyrenean mountains and the conversation will also explore the region and its spirituality.