Tiffany Baker has done it again. I was first taken by her debut novel, The Little Giant of Aberdeen County, and loved Baker’s wholly original story-telling, and the life, humor, and heart that she built into her writing. In The Gilly Salt Sisters, Baker doesn’t disappoint. Telling the story of two sisters who inherit their parents’ salt-farm, Baker twists magic, spite, and tension with the sisters’ decision of whether to stay with the family business or not. There is superstition, suspected witchery, and suspense thrown into this surprisingly layered tale, making it a lush and vibrant read.