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Daughters of the Lake

After the end of her marriage, Kate Granger has retreated to her parents home on Lake Superior to pull herself togetheronly to discover the body of a murdered woman washed into the shallows. Tucked in the folds of the womans curiously vintage gown is an infant, as cold and at peace as its mother. No one can identify the woman. Except for Kate. Shes seen her before. In her dreamsOne hundred years ago, a love story ended in tragedy, its mysteries left unsolved. Its time for the lake to give up its secrets. As each mystery unravels, it pulls Kate deeper into the eddy of a haunting folktale that has been handed down in whispers over generations. Now, its Kates turn to listen.As the drowned woman reaches out from the grave, Kate reaches back. They must come together, if only in dreams, to right the sinister wrongs of the past....

Title : Daughters of the Lake
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ISBN : 36530830
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 317 pages
Status : Available For Download
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Daughters of the Lake Reviews

  • Nicole Wagner

    This novel has an Alice Hoffman vibe, and it's set on Lake Superior. A wonderful novel with an optimistic view of life, love, and the afterlife. It's one part murder mystery, one part ghost story, and one part cozy romance.

  • JuJu (Julie)

    One sentence summary

    A haunting tale with gothic undertones...mesmerizing and superbly written!

    My thoughts

    The story is told in past and present. The past portion takes place in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. And even though this story deals with the paranormal, it is not a horror story.

    The portion told in the past is the love story of Jess and Addie...both beautiful and tragic. It’s laced with ghosts and hauntings. And it is full of legend, lore and mysterious family secrets. The present deal
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  • Jessica

    Kate Granger is attempting to put her life back in order on the heels of learning that her husband, Kevin, was having an affair. She has quit her job and gone back to her safe place, her parent’s home, in an attempt to heal. This tranquil setting is instantly thrown into chaos when Kate’s father discovers the body of a murdered woman floating in the lake their house backs up to. This mystery woman is wearing a white nightgown that appears to be the definition of vintage. Tucked in the folds of t ...more

  • Jamie

    Wonderfully written

    A wonderful historical fiction with mystery, tragedy, ghosts of loves and lives lost and ultimately redemtion of a families past that has been hidden for so long. I enjoyed how the story was interwoven with the past and present. The characters were all well placed, I liked them all. A very enjoyable read for me.

  • Matt Rudy

    Wow this story had a lot going on. Daughters of the Lake had romance, drama, ghosts, and a mystery that several characters are trying to solve.

    Kate Granger is having a rough time after her divorce. She returns to her home on Lake Superior and begins to have strange dreams. Shortly after this she discovers a lady and her baby in the water. Unfortunately the woman and the baby are dead, but that is not all. This woman is the same one that has appeared in Kate's dream.

    To make matters worse Kate
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  • Annie Hauschel

    When I decided to read spooky books for October, I already had the hauntingly beautiful cover art of Wendy Webb’s Daughters of the Lake in mind. Billed as a Gothic masterpiece with elements of historical fiction and the supernatural, Daughters tells the story of a family with a unique past, interesting local legends and a century old murder.

    “It was finally time for the lake to give her up” reads the first sentence of this book. Effortless and evocative, I was disappointed to find that most of th
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  • ʚϊɞ Shelley ʚϊɞ

    But some stories, especially peculiar, hidden ones involving murder and mystery, have a way of bubbling to the surface, especially when wrongs need to be righted. They make themselves heard despite efforts to keep them silent.

    This book has two timelines, at the turn of the 20th century and the present. I have to say that as much as I enjoyed this book, it was reading about the past that kept me turning pages. This is a beautifully written story and in each of the time periods visited, connecti
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  • ❀⊱RoryReads⊰❀

    There was something a bit twee about this story that kept if from being as good as her previous books. Still, a quick and spooky read.