Books written by Australian author Kate Morton include, "The House at Riverton," which is also known as "The Shifting Fog," "The Forgotten Garden," "The Distant Hours," and "The Secret Keeper." A book releasing in 2015 is titled "The Lake House."
Kate Morton, the eldest of three sisters born in South Australia, went to a tiny country school and spent much of her childhood reading and playing games of make-believe with her sisters. She received first-class honors for her English Literature degree at The University of Queensland, which is where she wrote the story titled "The Shifting Fog" that would become her first novel, "The House at Riverton." She later received her Master's degree focusing on tragedy in Victorian literature.
She has enjoyed domestic and international success with her first three novels. Her fourth book, "The Lake House," has a release date of October, 2015. Morton's novels have sold over 3 million copies and have been published in 38 countries. In addition to the many awards she has received for her novels, "The House at Riverton" was a New York Times Bestseller in 2008. Thus far in her career, Morton's novels can all be classified in the genre of general fiction.