This was a really good book - a little spooky, but good story line with wonderful history about the Salem witch trials, and 19th Century Maine. Tracking a monster (apparent serial killer), the characters come together and form bonds they never expected to solve the mystery - hopefully before the next victim is found!
St. Lucie County e-Library - The Truth of All Things
The story of the Salem witch trials of 1692-3 is often synonymous with the burning of accused witches at the stake. During the trials, it is estimated that 200 people were accused of practicing witchcraft, and 20 were executed. Hanging was the preferred method of execution, although one man accused of witchcraft was pressed to death by heavy stones. Eventually, the colony admitted the trials were a mistake and compensated the families of those convicted. Click above to learn more!