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I love how she goes back and forth in history to tell a character's story.
The narrative is masterfully written with wonderful descriptive phrases that evoke very clear pictures of these colourful and well drawn characters.
It was very well written, the characters were interesting and well developed and the story line flowed smoothly.
As a fan of Kate Morton I was very excited to discover a book that I had not read. How wrong was I! This book is The House at Riverton. A new title and a new first chapter. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Skyepatsy
This story of a massively wealthy English family who live at Riverton Manor is set at the start of the first world war and focuses not just on its ruling members, but the children,... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Greggorio!
This is the second book of Kate Morton's that I've read. She never fails to bring me into the lives of her characters and then surprise me at the end. Great reading! Read morePublished 4 days ago by Cjmorton
An enjoyable read with some well-crafted characters. I'd never read Kate Morton before but would certainly read another, though the covers are a bit off-putting!Published 5 days ago by penelope jackson
Very slow in the beginning and then part 3 &4 took off and I could not put it down. Not one of my favorites by Kate.Published 5 days ago by kim medeiros
an early "Downton Abbey" with the transition of the working class with the influence of the world at war. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Kindle Customer