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Enjoy Languedoc Trilogy author talk

Popular novelist, Kate Mosse is the guest in this Friday’s online series of talks with authors organised for the confinement period by the Franco-British literary festival, Festilitt.

The talk takes place on April 24 at 17:00 via the internet platform Zoom, which allows participants to listen in and ask questions. To get the link to join in, email by Friday morning.

Kate Mosse is the best-selling author of the Languedoc Trilogy and will talk about the first book in her new trilogy, the Burning Chambers.

Last week featured crime writer Peter May who talked about his latest book, Lockdown, published recently but written and turned down by publishers in 2005 as its setting at the epicentre of a global pandemic, was at the time seen as irrelevant to readers.

Claire Fuller will talk about her novel Bitter Orange on May 1 and Carys Bray will talk about her new soon to be published book on May 8.

The Franco-British literary festival, Festilitt, is held every year in the small hill-top village of Parisot in Tarn-et-Garonne.

See more: Franco-British literary festival’s lockdown events

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