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kate:

I love your books, please continue to write. I can't put your books down and I will sit for hours reading. You are an excellent writer and all of the books are so well written. Thank you so much.

Mary Ann Ford
Spring City, PA
February 5, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterkate morton
The Forgotten Garden has become my favorite book of all time! I loved being transported both in time and place. I must admit, as I got closer to the end, I read slower so it wouldn't end! Thank you for a wonderful book and for reawakening my love of reading. I have just started The House at Riverton and look forward to The Distant Hpurs. Thank you again!

Nancy Swaluk Clifton, NJ USA
February 16, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterNancy Swaluk Clifton NJ
I have just finished The Forgotten Garden. One of the most amazing books I have read thus far! I am a fan of your now for sure! This would be a wondeful movie as well!! Can't wait to download the next book written by you! keep up the great work :)
February 18, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterPedra
I have just finished The Forgotten Garden. One of the most amazing books I have read thus far! I am a fan of your now for sure! This would be a wondeful movie as well!! Can't wait to download the next book written by you! keep up the great work :)
February 18, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterPedra
I have just finished The Forgotten Garden. One of the most amazing books I have read thus far! I am a fan of your now for sure! This would be a wondeful movie as well!! Can't wait to download the next book written by you! keep up the great work :)
February 18, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterPedra
I bought The Distant Hours in an airport and couldn't put it down. Then a week ago I stumbled upon The Forgotten Garden and recognized the author name so I knew it was a must purchase. The Forgotten Garden was so captivating that one afternoon instead of working I had to finish reading it! Thank you Kate for creating a wonderful world to get lost in and completely zone out of one's own life. The book is a masterpiece.
Cortney O.
Tampa, FL
March 4, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterCortney
durante mi vacacion tuve el enorme agrado de leer el jardin olvidado y la casa de riverton , ambos son libros maravillosos, muy ricos en cuanto al detalle y la descripcion, y la historia me resulto hipnotizante, me costaba dejar de leer el libro ya que era en extremo interesante, mil felicidades es usted una magnifica escritora, por favor pongase en contacto conmigo es de suma importancia , mi correo electronico es diferlagun@hotmail.com
March 5, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterdifer laguna
Our book club discussion of The Forgotten Garden made for a lively evening! We universally enjoyed the book and will be adding more Kate Morton's to our reading list. We had two questions that we could not agree on. Please, please solve the issue!

Was the relationship between Linus and Georgiana incestuous? Were Eliza and Sammy a product of this union?

Thank you for a great book,

Sandra Hubbard
Elliott Ranch Ladies Book Club
Budapest, Texas

SandrHubbard@mindspring.com
March 8, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterKate Morton
Spent all day Sunday reading "The Forgotten Garden" could not put it down. Will be reading all of Kate's books! Thanks


Michele
Kimberton, PA
March 13, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMichele
Listened to your wonderful audio book as I drove from the Indpls area to the Mnpls area in Minnesota and back home again. It kept me entertained all the way. I had to turn it off in busy Chicago traffic and other difficult areas of the trip as I didn't want to miss any details while concentrating on the traffic. So glad that our book club chose this book for our next meeting. I kept wondering what had kept the Authoress from returning to the ship. I thought maybe the chimney had fallen in while she tried to retrieve her hidden treasure. Tragic for her but became a great mystery for all of us.

jjcunion@iquest.net IN
October 23, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterkate morton
I'm halfway through the Forgotten Garden (my 1st of Kate's books) and love the rich discriptive language, the pace and the intricacy of the relationships, both past and present. I'm looking forward to reading the next one.

Carla, Solihul, UK
November 1, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterCarla
I just finished Secret Keeper, WOW! Every time I get lost in a Kate Morton book I think that it is her best. I love them all. Now my problem is what do I read until Kate publishes again?
November 7, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterLLK