If you like The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton

The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton
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The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton: What a great book!  Covering two continents and generations, it is a wonderful read.   Abandoned on a 1913 voyage to Australia, Nell is raised by a dock master and his wife who do not tell her until she is an adult that she is not their child.
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