Kate Mosse in Conversation

Hosted by Beth Underdown

  • 7
  • Oct




Image fo writer Kate Mosse with her latest book cover

‘I am, indeed, notorious, feared over sea and land. I am the one they did not believe could exist. I am the commander of the Ghost Ship.’ In her gripping new novel, The Ghost Ship, internationally acclaimed author Kate Mosse tells the tale of a woman in a man’s world. A tale of adventure and liberation, of hidden identities, of love and revenge. Inspired by two real eighteenth-century female pirates, the legendary Anne Bonny and Mary Read, this is a swashbuckling, swaggering tale set against the backdrop of the French religious civil wars and their aftermath.

Kate is the international bestselling author of ten novels and short story collections and several books of non-fiction. These include Labyrinth, Sepulchre, The Burning Chambers and Warrior Queens & Quiet Revolutionaries. She is the Founder of the Women’s Prize for Fiction and the global campaign #WomanInHistory. Hosted by Beth Underdown, author of The Witchfinder’s Sister and The Key in the Lock. Supported by Sofas & Stuff.