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The Putnams of Salem: A Novel of Power and Betrayal During the Salem Witch Trials

It's 1692, and the people of Salem are on edge. Amid squabbles over religion and land and fears of hostile natives lurks the ever-present terror of the devil's influence. When young girls suddenly begin to claim they are being tormented by local "witches," a chilling hysteria grips the town. At the center of the maelstrom is one family, headed by the well-respected Thomas Putnam, whose daughter Ann happens to be one of the accusing girls. Survival, betrayal, and the binding ties of a family's darkest secrets converge as we uncover the haunting secrets that bind the Putnams' legacy.
 

"As a fresh look at history, Houle's work is intriguing. As a descendant, his view is powerful. And as a mirror to our own times, The Putnams of Salem is just this side of terrifying."

 

Julia Park Tracey, author of The Bereaved and Silence

Greg Houle

Blydyn Square Books
Paperback
334 pages

5.50 x 0.75 x 8.50 Inches

ISBN-13: 9798869123206

Blydyn Square Books
Paperback
334 pages

5.50 x 0.75 x 8.50 Inches

ISBN-13: 9798869123206

Available September 1, 2024
In paperback, eBook, and audio formats

 

Blydyn Square Books
334 pages

5.50 x 0.75 x 8.50 Inches

ISBN-13: 9798869123206

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