The nightingale bones [electronic resource]. Ariel Swan.
- ISBN: 9781611944990 (electronic bk)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource
- Publisher: MEMPHIS : Bell Bridge Books, 2014.
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|Summary, etc.:|| Someone has been waiting a long time for Alice Towne to arrive in Hawthorne.Two hundred years, in fact.Trying to accept her mother's belief that the women of the Towne family are blessed, not cursed, with supernatural abilities, twenty-seven-year old Alice leaves a disapproving Boston husband to housesit for the summer in tiny Hawthorne, a historic village famous in the 1800s for its peppermint farms and the large, herbal-essence distilleries that flourished around the Massachusetts township.She settles into a beautiful old home with a tragic reputation. There are said to be sightings and sounds from the spirit of a young woman who hanged herself after all her children died there of illnesses in the 1900s.But soon, Alice experiences firsthand encounters that convince her the spirit is not who people think. The truth is shocking, steeped in the town's distillery history and its legends of a local wizard and witchcraft. As she falls in love with a local farmer whose...
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