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Kate Morton has sold over 7 million copies in 26 languages, across 38 countries. The Shifting Fog, published internationally as The House at RivertonThe Forgotten Garden and The Distant Hours have all been number one bestsellers around the world. Each novel won the Australian Book Industry award for General Fiction Book of the Year.

Kate's latest book is The Secret Keeper. Kate sat down with Sophia Whitfield to talk about her latest book.

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