Distant Hours by Kate Morton

Morton’s is brilliant with descriptions, exposition, emotions, observations, verbal portraiture, BUT as many people mentioned in their reviews, she was very slow with the plot and the coherence of the story. 
On the other end, the happy end without the imminent and immediate connection with the past line is a plus. It is quite satisfying to read that people can move on with their lives and pursue their most coveted dreams!


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