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The Lake House by Kate Morton (2015-10-22)

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  • Date de Sortie : Mercredi 0 1730
  • Auteur : Kate Morton
  • Éditeur : Mantle
  • Nom de Fichier : the-lake-house-by-kate-morton-2015-10-22

The Lake House by Kate Morton (2015-10-22) est écrit par Kate Morton et publié par Mantle le 1730.

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By Kate Morton: The House at Riverton: A Novel

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  • Date de Sortie : Jeudi 3 Décembre 2009
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  • Éditeur : Paperback
  • Nom de Fichier : by-kate-morton-the-house-at-riverton-a-novel

By Kate Morton: The House at Riverton: A Novel est écrit par et publié par Paperback le 2009-12-03.

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Summary: The Lake House by Kate Morton: A Novel

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  • ISBN : 1544135971
  • Total de Pages : 28 pages
  • Date de Sortie : Lundi 27 Février 2017
  • Auteur : Alpha Minds
  • Éditeur : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Nom de Fichier : summary-the-lake-house-by-kate-morton-a-novel

Summary: The Lake House by Kate Morton: A Novel est écrit par Alpha Mindsavec un total de 28 pages et publié par CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform le 2017-02-27.

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This book summary is created for individuals who want to flesh out the essential contents but are too busy to go through the entire book. This book is not intended to replace the original book. Written by Best selling author Kate Morton. A mystery novel that revolves around the strange disappearance of Theo Edevane, an 11-month-old baby during the Midsummer party in 1933. With what happen, the family is devasted, torn apart and abandoned their house. Decades after, the protagonist, Sadie Sparrow - a young successful novelist and detective in London, accidentally stumbles upon a mysterious hounse in the lake. As she investigates , she eventually met a woman named Alice Edevane and finds out that her brother has been missing. “The Lake house” is truly an intriguing novel to read. Wait no more, take action and get this book now!

Summary of The Lake House: A Novel by Kate Morton

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  • ISBN : 1539124339
  • Total de Pages : 78 pages
  • Date de Sortie : Jeudi 29 Septembre 2016
  • Auteur : aBookaDay
  • Éditeur : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Nom de Fichier : summary-of-the-lake-house-a-novel-by-kate-morton

Summary of The Lake House: A Novel by Kate Morton est écrit par aBookaDayavec un total de 78 pages et publié par CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform le 2016-09-29.

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Warning: This is an independent addition to The Lake House, meant to enhance your experience of the original book. If you have not yet bought the original copy, make sure to purchase it before buying this unofficial summary from aBookaDay. INTRODUCTION The Lake House by Kate Morton is about diving into the past. The novel transports the reader to different time-periods throughout a century. The story takes place in the early 1900’s, the 1930’s (1932 - 1933 for the most part), and in 2003. In August 1933, a young woman buries something in the woods. We aren’t sure what it is or who she is, but we learn she will never forget what she’s done. The book then takes us to June 1933, a month earlier, where we meet a young, adventurous, romantic girl named Alice Edevane. Alice lives with her mother, Eleanor, her father, Anthony, her two sisters (her younger sister Clementine and her older sister Deborah), and her baby brother, Theodore, on an estate known as Loeanneth. Leoanneth, located in Cornwall, England, is described through Alice’s thoughts as being a very beautiful and peaceful place to live. It’s a beautiful day and all Alice wants to do is go talk with Ben Munro and forget about the annual Midsummer Party her mother is frantically preparing for. We are then brought to the year 2003, where we're introduced to detective Sadie Sparrow. We learn that she’s on temporarily leave for mishandling a case involving a missing child (referred to as the Bailey case throughout the novel) and is visiting her grandfather who lives in Cornwall. When she’s on her daily run, she stumbles across an abandoned Loeanneth. She learns that the little baby, Theodore disappeared during a party held at Loeanneth back in June 1933. The book takes the reader back and forth between the early 1900’s, the 1930’s, and to the year 2003 as Sadie uncovers the truth behind Theodore Edevanes disappearance. The novel is about motherhood, the difficulties of motherhood, and the loss of oneself as well as the loss of loved ones. It’s about the lives of different characters and the decisions they make when placed in difficult situations. Available on PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device. © 2015 All Rights Reserved

The Lake House: A Novel by Kate Morton | Summary & Analysis

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  • ISBN : 153528465X
  • Total de Pages : 78 pages
  • Date de Sortie : Samedi 20 Août 2016
  • Auteur : aBookaDay
  • Éditeur : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Nom de Fichier : the-lake-house-a-novel-by-kate-morton-summary-analysis

The Lake House: A Novel by Kate Morton | Summary & Analysis est écrit par aBookaDayavec un total de 78 pages et publié par CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform le 2016-08-20.

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Warning: This is an independent addition to The Lake House, meant to enhance your experience of the original book. If you have not yet bought the original copy, make sure to purchase it before buying this unofficial summary from aBookaDay. INTRODUCTION The Lake House by Kate Morton is about diving into the past. The novel transports the reader to different time-periods throughout a century. The story takes place in the early 1900’s, the 1930’s (1932 - 1933 for the most part), and in 2003. In August 1933, a young woman buries something in the woods. We aren’t sure what it is or who she is, but we learn she will never forget what she’s done. The book then takes us to June 1933, a month earlier, where we meet a young, adventurous, romantic girl named Alice Edevane. Alice lives with her mother, Eleanor, her father, Anthony, her two sisters (her younger sister Clementine and her older sister Deborah), and her baby brother, Theodore, on an estate known as Loeanneth. Leoanneth, located in Cornwall, England, is described through Alice’s thoughts as being a very beautiful and peaceful place to live. It’s a beautiful day and all Alice wants to do is go talk with Ben Munro and forget about the annual Midsummer Party her mother is frantically preparing for. We are then brought to the year 2003, where we're introduced to detective Sadie Sparrow. We learn that she’s on temporarily leave for mishandling a case involving a missing child (referred to as the Bailey case throughout the novel) and is visiting her grandfather who lives in Cornwall. When she’s on her daily run, she stumbles across an abandoned Loeanneth. She learns that the little baby, Theodore disappeared during a party held at Loeanneth back in June 1933. The book takes the reader back and forth between the early 1900’s, the 1930’s, and to the year 2003 as Sadie uncovers the truth behind Theodore Edevanes disappearance. The novel is about motherhood, the difficulties of motherhood, and the loss of oneself as well as the loss of loved ones. It’s about the lives of different characters and the decisions they make when placed in difficult situations. Available on PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device. © 2015 All Rights Reserved

La casa de Riverton (The House at Riverton: A Novel) (Spanish Edition) [Paperback] [2011] (Author) Kate Morton

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  • Date de Sortie : Mardi 0 2011
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  • Éditeur : Punto de Lectura
  • Nom de Fichier : la-casa-de-riverton-the-house-at-riverton-a-novel-spanish-edition-paperback-2011-author-kate-morton

La casa de Riverton (The House at Riverton: A Novel) (Spanish Edition) [Paperback] [2011] (Author) Kate Morton est écrit par et publié par Punto de Lectura le 2011.

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Summary of The Lake House: A Novel by Kate Morton

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  • Total de Pages : 49 pages
  • Date de Sortie : Mercredi 2 Décembre 2015
  • Auteur : aBookaDay
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  • Nom de Fichier : summary-of-the-lake-house-a-novel-by-kate-morton

Summary of The Lake House: A Novel by Kate Morton est écrit par aBookaDayavec un total de 49 pages le 2015-12-02.

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Warning: This is an independent addition to The Lake House, meant to enhance your experience of the original book. If you have not yet bought the original copy, make sure to purchase it before buying this unofficial summary from aBookaDay. SPECIAL OFFER$2.99 (Regularly priced: $3.99)INTRODUCTION The Lake House by Kate Morton is about diving into the past. The novel transports the reader to different time-periods throughout a century. The story takes place in the early 1900’s, the 1930’s (1932 - 1933 for the most part), and in 2003. In August 1933, a young woman buries something in the woods. We aren’t sure what it is or who she is, but we learn she will never forget what she’s done. The book then takes us to June 1933, a month earlier, where we meet a young, adventurous, romantic girl named Alice Edevane. Alice lives with her mother, Eleanor, her father, Anthony, her two sisters (her younger sister Clementine and her older sister Deborah), and her baby brother, Theodore, on an estate known as Loeanneth. Leoanneth, located in Cornwall, England, is described through Alice’s thoughts as being a very beautiful and peaceful place to live. It’s a beautiful day and all Alice wants to do is go talk with Ben Munro and forget about the annual Midsummer Party her mother is frantically preparing for. We are then brought to the year 2003, where we're introduced to detective Sadie Sparrow. We learn that she’s on temporarily leave for mishandling a case involving a missing child (referred to as the Bailey case throughout the novel) and is visiting her grandfather who lives in Cornwall. When she’s on her daily run, she stumbles across an abandoned Loeanneth. She learns that the little baby, Theodore disappeared during a party held at Loeanneth back in June 1933. The book takes the reader back and forth between the early 1900’s, the 1930’s, and to the year 2003 as Sadie uncovers the truth behind Theodore Edevanes disappearance. The novel is about motherhood, the difficulties of motherhood, and the loss of oneself as well as the loss of loved ones. It’s about the lives of different characters and the decisions they make when placed in difficult situations. Available on PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device. © 2015 All Rights Reserved

The Forgotten Garden A Novel by Morton, Kate [Washington Square Press,2010] (Paperback) Reprint Edition

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  • Date de Sortie : Jeudi 0
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  • Éditeur : Washington Square,2010
  • Nom de Fichier : the-forgotten-garden-a-novel-by-morton-kate-washington-square-press-2010-paperback-reprint-edition

The Forgotten Garden A Novel by Morton, Kate [Washington Square Press,2010] (Paperback) Reprint Edition est écrit par et publié par Washington Square,2010.

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The Forgotten Garden A Novel by Morton, Kate. Published by Washington Square Press,2010, Binding: Paperback Reprint Edition

Les Brumes de Riverton / Morton, Kate / Réf44025

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  • Date de Sortie : Jeudi 0
  • Auteur : K Morton
  • Éditeur : France Loisirs
  • Nom de Fichier : les-brumes-de-riverton-morton-kate-réf44025

Les Brumes de Riverton / Morton, Kate / Réf44025 est écrit par K Morton et publié par France Loisirs.

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Editions France Loisirs Couverture rigide, livre relié, dimensions 202x136 mm, jaquette présente, fort volume, année 2006, 721 pages, Format in-8, état du livre Très bon. Le prix tient compte de l'état du livre. Envoi de votre livre dans un emballage soigné, expédition rapide.