After reading the 5th in the series, I want to read the earlier books. In doing so, I have not connected as I should but I am intrigued with Rees and his family. He now stands accused of murder and his wife is accused of witchcraft. During this time, it was easy to accuse others and make a living hell of ones life and that is the case with Rees. He is determined to get to the truth while protecting his wife and children. He has a history of this community doing the right thing and has made enemies along the way, including his sister. Who would go to great lengths to set up his family? He is a man that vulnerable but strong. A great read of historical fiction.
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