“A blind teenager receives a corneal donation and begins to see and feel memories from their previous owner, a homicide detective, his father. As Joshua navigates a world of sight he gets glimpses of what these eyes might have witnessed in their previous life. What was his dad up to?”
Paul Cleave is an author with the ability to write a thriller where the characters are totally and utterly believable – Joshua reminds me so much of a kid who lives at the end of my street, his writing is outstanding, its riveting, dark, intense and deliciously twisted. Cleave writes of hidden secrets in everyday scenarios and unspeakable horrors just next door – this is his 11th thriller/horror and if you haven’t read him before, catch up on his entire back catalogue.
Ok, confession time. A Killer Harvest isn’t due for publication until August 1st, 2017 – I live in Christchurch, New Zealand where Paul is from, I hosted his very first book launch & I know his dad – he’s where I borrowed a copy of A Killer Harvest. I am one very lucky broad, but I am genuinely addicted to his work and have gone out and bought a copy of each and every one of his books.