Kathleen Kent


This prequel to Kathleen Kent’s previous book “The Heretic’s Daughter”, takes place in colonial Massachusetts in the mid to late 1600s. There are two main threads. Martha, unmarried and considered a spinster at age 19 is sent to More
Reviewed by- linda -2010/12/07, 07:04 PM Buy From Amazon.com

This is a fascinating look at life in the late 1600’s during the small pox epidemic and the Salem Witch trials. Kathleen Kent beautifully relates the details of every day life in this harsh period of our history. She skillfully More
Reviewed by- linda -2009/08/26, 06:14 PM Buy From Amazon.com
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