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The Mistletoe Bride and Other Haunting Tales

Kate Mosse

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Horror & ghost stories, Historical fiction, Short stories

The 'captivating' (Irish Examiner) winter ghost short story collection from the Sunday Times bestselling author of LABYRINTH and THE CITY OF TEARS

I hear someone coming. It has happened before . . .

Rooted in the elemental landscapes of Sussex, Brittany and the Languedoc, here are tales of ghosts and spirits seeking revenge, of grief-stricken women and haunted men coming to terms with their destiny.

Atmospheric and unforgettable, The Mistletoe Bride is a collection of stories inspired by ghost stories, folk tales and legends, from one of our most captivating writers.

'These eerie tales are perfect for stormy winter darkness' Daily Mail

'A master of the short form' Stylist

'A powerful storyteller with an abundant imagination' Daily Telegraph

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Kate Mosse

Kate Mosse has written two works of non-fiction, several short stories and one previous novel, Eskimo Kissing. She is the Founder and Honorary Director of the Orange Prize for Fiction and the Administrative Director of Chichester Festival Theatre. She lives in Chichester, West Sussex, with her partner and two children.

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