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Author’s Talk with Kate Mosse

January 23 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Listen to bestselling author Kate Mosse discuss her latest book The City of Tears in the week of publication! This is a live event which will include an opportunity to ask Kate questions. The event will be on Zoom and you will be sent a link and joining instructions.

The City of Tears is the second instalment of Kate’s thrilling historical fiction series which started with The Burning Chambers. Minou Joubert and her family are in Paris for a Royal Wedding between the Catholic princess Marguerite and the Protestant King Henri, which was intended to bring peace to France after the Wars of Religion. But, so too is their oldest enemy, Vidal. A gripping novel of revenge, persecution and loss, the action sweeps from Paris, Chartres and London to the City of Tears itself, Amsterdam.

Buy a limited edition signed and numbered hardback copy of The City of Tears for £17.99 (plus first class p&p) when you buy your ticket. The City of Tears is published on 19 January. We will send the books out as soon as possible but we cannot guarantee arrival by the date of the event.


To buy tickets click here.

For any queries regarding the event please email info@huguenotmuseum.org. If you wish to buy signed copies of either The Burning Chambers or The City of Tears without attending the event please contact us on this email. You can buy both together for special price of £25.99 (RRP £28.99) plus P&P.

Kate Mosse OBE is a number one international bestselling novelist, playwright and non-fiction writer. She is the author of six novels and short story collections including the multimillion-selling  Languedoc trilogy which began with Labyrinth. She is founder-director of the Women’s Prize for fiction and a champion of writing and writers everywhere. She is also a compelling and engaging speaker and we were delighted when she finished her Burning Chambers tour with a sell-out event at the Huguenot Museum in 2018. We couldn’t be more pleased to welcome her back in the very week of publication of the next volume in this exciting series of novels which explores the story of the Huguenots across centuries and continents.

Thank you for supporting the Museum by purchasing a ticket for this event. If you would like to support our Covid-19 appeal please click on the link below. All funds and donations from this event will help us to reopen again when it is safe to do so.

Support the Huguenot Museum (Covid Appeal)

The Huguenot Museum is the only museum in the UK dedicated to the story of the Huguenots, Protestant refugees escaping persecution in France from the 16th to the 18th centuries. Your donation will help secure the future of this unique museum.


January 23
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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