Sepulchre by Kate Mosse

About the book

1891. Seventeen-year-old Léonie Vernier and her brother abandon Paris for the sanctuary of their aunt’s isolated country house near Carcassonne, the Domaine de la Cade. But Léonie stumbles across a ruined sepulchre – and a timeless mystery whose traces are written in blood.
2007. Meredith Martin arrives at the Domaine de la Cade to research a biography. But Meredith is also seeking the key to her own complex legacy and becomes immersed in the story of a tragic love, a missing girl, a unique deck of tarot cards and the strange events of one cataclysmic night a century ago…

Reviewed by Boaters Book Club:

Most felt it was overwritten, over researched, in need of a good editor, with poor characterisations, based on The De Vinci Code with the expectation of it becoming a tour/travel book and that it was reusing Labyrinth. The parallel stories were not liked however a few ideas were considered good.

Star rating: **

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