AUTHoR Kate Mosse will be speaking at Chichester Library to celebrate her latest bestseller.
The Taxidermist’s Daughter is inspired by the folklore and mythology of Sussex landscapes and seascape and is an homage to Kate’s childhood passion for a museum of taxidermy in Sussex.
The novelist, who lives in Chichester, will be sharing her writing secrets and explaining how her research into taxidermy and bird mythology inspired the novel.
It’s a Gothic thriller set in Fishbourne in 1912, as the flood waters are beginning to rise.
The talk takes place on Thursday, September 17 at 7.30pm.
Tickets cost £3 and are available from Chichester Library, Tower Street, PO19 1QJ or by calling 01243 777351.