The clockmaker's daughter



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The mesmerizing sixth novel from the bestselling author of The House at Riverton and The Lake House .



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Morton writes with such page-turning ease, you can easily lose yourself in her world for days The Pool Morton knows how to eke out tantalizing secrets and drama Sunday Telegraph (Australia) Big houses, dark secrets and ruined lives all play their part in the latest from the best-selling Morton. The perfect book to curl up with as the evenings draw in. i newspaper The Clockmaker's Daughter is an ambitious, complex, compelling historical mystery with a fabulous cast of characters. This is Kate Morton at her very best Kristin Hannah, bestselling author of The Nightingale A centuries-spanning epic Metro When it comes to epic and captivating novels, Kate Morton is up there with the best Heat A time-travelling tale of lust, deception and lies. Think The Miniaturist meets The Little Stranger , woven together with a contemporary thread . . . It's the perfect spooky autumnal doorstop to (dis)comfort you through the twilight hours The Pool This is an immersive, beautifully told story which was made to be devoured on a drizzly Sunday afternoon with a round of crumpets and a pot of tea Red Magazine Moving back and forth in time, Morton weaves her disparate stories together involving murder, theft, love and loss, secrets and lies. She's a deft and consummate storyteller Woman & Home The Clockmaker's Daughter is packed with rich historical detail and seductive lyricism . . . An exciting, atmospheric reading treat that moves seamlessly through time and space, and ensures that Morton retains her place in the pantheon of much-loved historical novelists Lancashire Evening Post