The Gilly Salt Sisters is now available in paperback.
The Gilly Salt Sisters by Tiffany Baker (Grand Central Publishing; 372 pages; $24.99).
Throughout history, salt has been an important commodity. Some argue it can be included as a contributing factor in the development of civilization. Salt preserved food and was a highly sought-after trade item. The Romans even built roads to make transportation of salt easier. We cannot then overemphasize its role in our society.
When salt gets in a wound, it stings. Yet, interestingly, mineral bath salts can help ease sore muscles and a variety of skin conditions. Salt can hurt and it can heal.
Jo and Claire Gilly, the two main characters in Tiffany Baker’s second novel The Gilly Salt Sisters, know this all too well. Jo and Claire are sisters, and their family owns a salt farm on the Cape Cod village of Prospect. Every December’s Eve, one of the sisters throws…
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