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The House At Riverton by Kate Morton

Kate Morton’s debut novel, The House at Riverton, is a gothic mystery set in England between the world wars.  The main character, Grace Bradley, is a servant in the house, and the story of what happened to the Hartford family’s daughters … Continue reading

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The Distant Hours by Kate Morton

“It started with a letter.  A letter that had been lost a long time, waiting out half a century in a forgotten postal bag in the dim attic of a nondescript house in Bermondsey.” Okay.  How can you not be … Continue reading

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The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton

The Forgotten Garden is Kate Morton’s best-selling novel that launched her to stardom in the book world.  I just now got around to reading it, and while it was good, I have to admit I found it a bit disappointing.  … Continue reading

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