As a Marblehead native, I especially enjoyed reading this novel about Salem witches, both past and present. When Connie, a modern-day scholar, discovers an ancient key that hints to the existence of a mysterious spell book owned by her ancestor Deliverance Dane, an accused Salem witch, not only is she haunted by visions of the past, but she develops secret powers of her own.
The Physick Book of Deliverance Dance by Katherine Howe
Reviewed by: Alyssa
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