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Anyone else read/reading the Distant Hours?

I just finished today and really liked it.

I know all her books follow the same basic formula, but I really enjoy them! I enjoy her writing style and I always find the last quarter of the book I am so desperate to figure out the mystery that my heart beats fast and i rush through it...

 

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Re: Anyone else read/reading the Distant Hours?

  • I haven't read The Distant Hours yet. But, I'm almost finished with The House at Riverton, and I'm loving it!  I can't wait to dig into the rest of Kate Morton's books. Are they terribly formulaic? Because that's what ended up turning me off to Dan Brown's books. I'll still give her other books a try though, she's a really great writer.
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  • I loved The Distant Hours, but haven't read any of her others yet.
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  • They're just very similar in that they start off slow...introducing a current story and an older story...there is a mystery of the past that a character in the present is trying to solve, and then at the end it all comes together and the old story/mystery is resolved and you find out the truth.

    They're all really well written, suspenseful, and although some times I figure out some parts, I am always surprised and she adds in twists you can't really predict!

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  • I loved that book! I also read The House at Riverton, which was really good.
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  • I enjoyed this book, but The House at Riverton is my favorite book by Kate Morton. I love the dreamy, historical settings in all of her novels.  
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