Local Authors

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Brunonia Barry - The Lace Reader (2009) and The Map of True Places (2010)

Robert Booth - Death of an Empire (2011)

Kathleen Kent - The Heretic's Daughter (2008); The Wolves of Andover (2010); The Outcasts (2013)

Katy Bratun - Gingerbread Mouse (2003) and others.

Giles Laroche - What's Inside? (2009) ; Bridges are to Cross (1998) and others.

Bonnie Hurd-Smith - Salem Women's Heritage Trail (2000); We Believe in You! 12 Stories of Courage, Action and Faith for Women and Girls (2012)

Katherine Howe - Physick Book of Deliverance Dane (2010) House of Velvet and Glass (2012)

Damien Echols - Life after Death (2012)

Michael Rutstein - Fame: the Salem privateer (2002)

Howard Olsen - Indiscriminate (set in Salem)

Peter Lenz - Voyages to Norumbega ; Columbus:Indians, Slavery and a New World Order (1992)

Edward M. Turner - Rogues Together: A Chronicle of Olde England (e-book)

Marian Babson -(born in Salem, moved to England)Pretty Lady, The Stalking Lamb, etc.

Nathaniel Hawthorne - House of the Seven Gables (1851), ....

Margaret Press - Counterpoint, (1996); Elegy for a Thief (1993); Requiem for a Postman (1992)(all set in Salem)

Jones Very - Jones Very: the complete poems (1993)


See Also

  • Vertical File in Salem Collection - Salem -Authors

Authors include: Margaret Press, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Brunonia Barry, Katherine Howe, Damien Echols, Bonnie Hurd-Smith, Kathleen Kent, Robert Booth.

  • "New book by local author is set in Salem" Salem Evening News, Aug. 22, 2001, p. A2
  • "Teacher's latest book offers insight about native peoples" Salem Evening News, Nov. 26, 1994, p. 1