GALLOWS HILL by Frances Winwar
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GALLOWS HILL

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Salem witchcraft days, and the central character, a girl whose mother was proclaimed a witch, and who herself -- in escaping -- fell under the same condemnation. Incredible picture of superstition and mounting hysteria, vividly portrayed, and convincingly made the motive force of a love story. The author first made her name known to the reading public through The Romantic Rebels.

Pub Date: March 18th, 1937
Publisher: Holt