“A surprisingly hopeful look at how betrayal, loss, and guilt can change the lives of a community and shape history”
This fact-based historical novel takes us beyond the witch trials to tell a larger story of what happened in Salem Village.
In 1692, Ann Putnam is a central figure in the trials that bring devastation to the village and deep divisions among its people
Five years later, in love and eager to marry, Joseph Green takes on the ministry that no one else wants and sets about healing the village.
Together they will make an appeal that might finally unite their bitterly divided community.