The Distant Hours
A NoveleBook - 2014
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samdog123 Jul 29, 2012
I always enjoy Kate Morton's books. This one was very long, but I wasn't bored by it at all. The characters were very captivating...the past affects the present and a good conclusion. Some surprises revealed and, as always, good characterization.
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Heroine's mother was evacuated from London to countryside in WWII. Daughter didnt find out about this until a lost letter arrives in 90's and mother is very upset about it. Daughter tours castle where mother stayed for short time. All 3 sisters still living, twins are oldest and younger daughter may have dementia or mental instability. Their father was author of a loved children's book, probably a YA book, as it was rather a horror story. Mud Man was the scary character, which figures into the plot.
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