Books by Kate Morton


Toward the end of Kate Morton’s magnificent new novel, Homecoming, she writes: Reading shapes a person. The landscape of books is more real, in some ways, than the one outside the window. In this absorbing dual timeline story, the landscape Morton creates is tangible, immersive, and transportive ...

The Clockmaker's Daughter

I hadn’t read a Kate Morton novel before picking up The Clockmaker’s Daughter, but her books have been recommended to me numerous times, leading to my having several of them on my shelves. When this novel became available for review I was eager to read it, certain this would give me the impetus ...

The Forgotten Garden

You know a book is good when nearly 600 pages seem to fly by in the blink of an eye. This very accurately describes my experience with The Forgotten Garden. Beautiful and bittersweet, this family saga roams from the turn of the 20th century to the modern day as it tells an intricate story of secrets ...