Since 2006, Kate Morton has sold over 10 million books across just four titles. She is published in 33 languages across 38 countries.
Kate Morton is currently Australia’s highest selling international author. Her books - The Shifting Fog (2006 and published internationally as The House at Riverton), The Forgotten Garden (2008), The Distant Hours (2010) and The Secret Keeper (2012) have all been number one bestsellers around the world.
Kate's fifth novel, The Lake House, hits bookshops this week.
Take a look at our interview with Kate.
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