If you like Kate Morton’s The Secret Keeper, you’ll probably like:
— The Ashford Affair: I usually try to leave my books out of these, but some of the booksellers who read advance copies of both told me that they were struck by similarities between The Ashford Affair and The Secret Keeper (I haven’t read Secret Keeper yet, so I’m very curious to see what they mean);
— Lucinda Riley’s The Orchid House, also partly set around World War II, going back and forth between mid-century and modern Britain;
— Natasha Solomon’s The House at Tyneford, also set around World War II, although without the back and forth component;
— Harriet Evans’s Love Always, which goes back and forth between the 1960s and the present as a modern woman untangles the secret that has changed her family forever;
— Susanna Kearsley’s Season of Storms, in which a mystery dating back to World War II Venice and beyond still haunts the present;
— Diane Setterfield’s The Thirteenth Tale, which is much darker than Morton’s books, but has similar Gothic overtones.
What would you recommend to fans of Kate Morton?