A Killer Harvest
By Paul Cleave
After a corneal donation, a blind teenager begins to see and feel memories from their previous owner - a homicide detective who was also his father.
Joshua is convinced there's a family curse. It's taken his loved ones, robbed him of his eyesight, and now his father has been killed chasing down a murderer.
His dad's last wish seems like a blessing: the chance for Joshua to see. But as Joshua navigates the world of sight, he realises he is seeing things through his father's eyes. Dark things; things he never knew.
His father was living a secret life. And there are consequences coming for Joshua - along with a killer drawing closer and closer...
PRAISE FOR PAUL CLEAVE
'Paul Cleave writes the kind of dark, intense thrillers that I never want to end. Do yourself a favour and check him out.' Simon Kernick
'Anyone who likes their crime fiction on the black and bloody side should move Paul Cleave straight to the top of their must-read list.' Mark Billingham
'Riveting and all too realistic. Cleave is a writer to watch.' Tess Gerritsen
Paul Cleave is an award-winning author who divides his time between his home city of Christchurch, New Zealand, where all his novels are set, and Europe, where none of his novels are set. His books have been translated into over a dozen languages and have sold over a million copies. He's won the Ngaio Marsh Award three times, the Saint-Maur book festival's crime novel of the year award, and has been shortlisted for the Edgar, the Barry and the Ned Kelly Awards. When he's not at home with the stereo cranked up loud and working on his next novel, he can normally be found on a tennis court, a golf course, or throwing a Frisbee somewhere.
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21 Mar 2019
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PRAISE FOR PAUL CLEAVE — .
Paul Cleave writes the kind of dark, intense thrillers that I never want to end. Do yourself a favour and check him out. — Simon Kernick
Riveting and all too realistic. Cleave is a writer to watch. — Tess Gerritsen
Anyone who likes their crime fiction on the black and bloody side should move Paul Cleave straight to the top of their must-read list. — Mark Billingham