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Library campaigners are not prepared to stand by and watch something they cherish be dismantled brick by brick. ---->>>

The message is clear: libraries matter. Their solid presence at the heart of our towns sends the proud signal that everyone - whoever they are, whatever their educational background, whatever their age or their needs - is welcome. ---->>>

I am not a fan of historical fiction that is sloppy in its research or is dishonest about the real history. ---->>>

Free and fair access to books - to reading - is a right and one we should fight for. ---->>>

I read a lot of thrillers, especially American crime novels. ---->>>

All prizes have a role, if they are run with integrity and with a clear focus on reading and quality writing. I don't think any of them is necessary, but they all play an incredibly important role in building a body of literature, in introducing new authors to new readers, and extending reading. ---->>>

Usually I decide on what it is I'm writing next by the books I'm reading. ---->>>

Actually, I can write anywhere - airport lounges, in bed, on a rattling train going north. ---->>>

I really like people and I keep friendships. I have people from all parts of my life. ---->>>

People have different views of how you deal with different issues in literature, and, frankly, long may it last that there is a range of views. ---->>>

People think that I'm very serious. ---->>>

Lots of people have objections to prizes of all types, and it would be extraordinary if everybody agreed on anything that's worthwhile - they never do. ---->>>


Nationality: English
Born: 10-20, 1961
Occupation: Author

Katharine Louise Mosse OBE (born 20 October 1961), or Kate Mosse, is an English novelist, non-fiction and short story writer and broadcaster. She is best known for her 2005 novel Labyrinth, which has been translated into more than 37 languages.(wikipedia)