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  • Best book

    This was the best book I have read all year. This book had me guessing --- and just when I thought I knew, bam, the author gave me more details and changed everything. Very enjoyable read!!

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  • FANTASTIC

    BEST BOOK I HAVE EVER READ!! Thoroughly enjoyable from the first page to the last page an it's a long book! Loved it! Bring on your next one Kate!

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  • The lake house

    Did not figure out the mystery until it was revealed. Great read!! As usual. She never disappoints!!

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  • An interesting and compelling read . . .

    This novel deals with Sadie Sparrow, a young London detective deeply troubled about a past case who finds herself on leave. While staying with her grandfather in Cornwall, she is intrigued about a "cold case" from decades past involving the wealthy Edevane family, residents of the "Lake House", whose toddler son disappeared one night in 1933. Sadie's search to find out what happened to Theo Edevane is the core of this novel, although there is also the backstory of the London case from her past, involving a mother and child. "The Lake House" has many twists and turns, and the crescendo to the ending is both interesting and surprising. I've really enjoyed Kate Morton's previous books and wanted to love this one as well, but I found too much of this book plodding and skipped pages in spots, which is why I only rated the book with four stars instead of five. Even with these reservations, however, the book was a good read.

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  • The lake house

    I was somewhat dissapointed-- didnt hold my interest- unlike all her other books. In fact, l have been struggling to finish it

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