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Labyrinth by Kate Mosse

In Labyrinth, Alice Tanner is a young British woman working on an archeological dig in the south of France when she discovers a new cave which has been hiding secrets for centuries. The story then jumps back 800 years when another young woman, Alais, has to protect an ancient book that contains the secrets of the Holy Grail. Their stories are told in alternating chapters as both of them struggle to hide and protect their secrets. As historical clues unfold over the centuries, both find themselves enmeshed in the history and evil that surrounds them. Kate Mosse's novel has received mostly positive reviews with The Observer saying, "As one might expect of a labyrinth, it turns out that there are truths beyond the truths sought. There are twists and reversals, memories to be retrieved and reclaimed, lovers' misunderstandings to be reconciled, fragments of the past to be salvaged, and old betrayals to be, very satisfyingly, revenged."
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The Guardian review by Kathryn Hughes

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