I'm reading the Light Between Oceans (ML Stedman)- an historical Australian novel about a couple who find a baby washed up on their island where they keep the lighthouse. Of course, they raise the baby as their own, etc etc. It's a very nice read, actually, enough emotion to keep me interested, not enough to make me feel queasy! The underpinning ideal is when "good people do bad things".
I have it on my Kindle.
This is on my list - sounds great!
I've just finished The Secret Keeper, Kate Morton's latest - loved it, as I have all her novels. She's probably my favourite author at the moment. It's set mainly during WWII in London, but dips backwards and forwards including up to the present day as most of her novels do.
I haven't read any Ken Follett yet, but thoroughly enjoyed watching The Pillars of the Earth recently on ABC, so might add that to my list.