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November 2012 Book of the Month.
Shortlisted for the Specsavers National Book Awards 'Popular Fiction of the Year' 2012.
Citadel, again set in South West France this time during WW2, is the thrilling conclusion to the Languedoc trilogy that began with Labyrinth and continued with Sepulchre. Kate Mosse writes such believable and compelling historical adventures that you can’t help but feel transported in time. Full of legends, incredible history and more hidden secrets of Carcassonne that ensure fans of the series will not be disappointed.
The Languedoc series.
Citadel by Kate Mosse
From the No.1 internationally bestselling author comes the third heart-stopping adventure. Set during World War II in the far south of France, CITADEL is a powerful, action-packed mystery that reveals the secrets of the resistance under Nazi occupation. While war blazed in the trenches at the front, back at home a different battle is waged, full of clandestine bravery, treachery and secrets. And as a cell of resistance fighters, codenamed Citadelle, fight for everything they hold dear, their struggle will reveal an older, darker combat being fought in the shadows. Combining the rugged action of LABYRINTH with the haunting mystery of SEPULCHRE, CITADEL is a story of daring and courage, of lives risked for beliefs and of astonishing secrets buried in time.
'Expect an energetic mystery about Nazi-occupied France' EASY LIVING
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Publication date25th October 2012
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PublisherOrion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd ) an imprint of Orion Publishing Co
CategoriesModern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
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