I love all of Kate Morton's novels but this one is my favorite. She writes mystery novels that rely heavily on flashing forward and back in time in the UK. They are all slightly Gothic, painstakingly plotted, and romantic to some degree. I highly recommend them to Anglophiles and mystery/romance lovers everywhere.
If you want to diversify your reading list and learn something new at the same time, you can't go wrong by reading nonfiction books about mental illness. Whether you want to read the accounts of others with your condition or better understand why ableism is awful, books by and about people living
The 50 Greatest British Novels of the 19th Century
I think Ann Bronte is tremendously overlooked and under-rated. (As I understand it, Anne Bronte's sister, Charlotte tried to suppress Anne's writing out of jealousy.) A slightly slow start but then it was a page-turner. I really enjoyed it.