I personally love Kate Morton. I love books that jump back and forth in time, each jump adding to the tension and the mystery.
I have read every one of her 5 books and I have loved each and ever one of them. They are filled with suspense and the characters are so visible in your mind. Their stories are so gripping and they make you want to know them on a personal level.
Now I’m going to admit I do like a little drama as long as I’m not ivolved and this is what Morton does with her books and her characters stories, draws you in and makes you want to know more.
In The Lake House Morton’s fifth book each new chapter brings more twists than the last and each time you think you know what’s about to happen it flips in another direction.
The Lake House takes place in both 1933 and 2003.
1933 a child goes missing in Cornwall, England and the family moves to London.
2003 Sadie – a police officer in London is forced to take leave from her position and goes down to Cornwall to visit her Grandfather who brought her up.
2003 Alice Edevane is leading her life as an acclaimed authour – her dream.
How do these unlikely events connect to each other? What will the characters learn about their pasts and futures?
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