"Jack St. Bride was once a beloved teacher and soccer coach at a girls' prep school - until a student's crush sparked a powder keg of accusation and robbed him of his career and reputation. Now, after a devastatingly public ordeal that left him with an eight-month jail sentence and no job, Jack resolves to pick up the pieces of his life. He takes a job washing dishes at Addie Peabody's diner and slowly starts to form a relationship with her in the quiet New England village of Salem Falls. But just when Jack thinks he has outrun his past, a quartet of teenage girls with a secret turn his world upside down once again, triggering a modern-day witch hunt in a town haunted by its own history…"
Brianna's Review: Once again, another book by Picoult that I thoroughly enjoyed. Her writing has you captured from the beginning of the novel. Once I started, this book was so hard to set down. After reading a few of her books now, I know that she always has a twist, which makes me enjoy her books all the more. Her writing keeps you guessing all the way from the first chapter to the last. I would recommend her books to anyone.