Read A Killer Harvest Online Free - A new thriller from the Edgar-nominated author of Trust No One and Joe Victim about a blind teenager who receives new eyes through corneal donation and begins to see and feel memories that he believes belong to the previous owners a detective and a serial killer.
Joshua is convinced there is a family curse. It's taken away his biological parents, robbed him of his eyesight, and is the reason his father Logan, the detective who raised him, is killed while investigating the homicide of a young woman. The suspect, Simon Bowers, is killed by Logan's partner Ben, whose intentions are murkier than expected.
After this tragedy Joshua is handed an opportunity he can't refuse: a new pair of eyes. But a mishap during the surgery leads to Joshua unknowingly getting one eye from his father, and the other from Simon. As Joshua navigates a world of sight, he gets glimpses of what his eyes might have witnessed in their previous life. Memories, truths, and lies Joshua discovers a world darker than the one he has emerged from. What else has he failed to see?
Meanwhile, Simon's accomplice Vincent is bent on revenge, going after the loved ones of those involved in Simon's death and Vincent is drawing closer and closer to Joshua.
Thriller virtuoso Paul Cleave is back with another riveting story of hidden secrets and unspeakable horrors that will keep readers guessing until the very last page.
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May 18, 2017
Have you ever discovered an author that you felt was immensely talented but widely under appreciated? This is exactly how I feel regarding Paul Cleave. Don’t let the description suggest that this book contains a B-rated story; it’s precisely the opposite. I’m glad the cover includes the insinuati...
January 02, 2018
EXCERPT: "It's all fairly routine," Mitchell says - only it isn't. None of this is. Mitchell is forty years old, and is fast approaching the date when he will have spent exactly half his life on the force, and in that time he's learned that the bigger the lie, the bigger the secret. Today the lie...
August 01, 2017
Gritty, dark and undoubtedly one of the best surprises of the year!
A Killer Harvest is a spine-chilling, often macabre, well-crafted thriller, with a side order of science fiction, that takes us on the hunt to find a missing woman and the vicious, sadistic serial killer responsible for her disapp...
August 02, 2017
This book is intense in every way. There are moments that feel like the grand finale... but the book just keeps going. It deals with a lot of really fascinating topics... cellular memory, questions of morality, the bonds of friendship, and a teenager experiencing vision for the very first time in...
August 02, 2017
One thing after another happened to Joshua Logan so he figured he and his family had a life-long curse.
Joshua was born blind, his parents died, he grew up with his loving aunt and uncle as his parents, and then his father got killed in the line of duty.
A KILLER HARVEST was a very tense thriller....
August 26, 2017
Good cops/bad cops.
A blind eye. Several, in fact.
Moral compasses turned off kilter.
Cellular memory. True or false?
This book started off with a bang. I honestly flinched a few times.
The book is really good, and parts of it are great. Cleave mad...
December 15, 2017
SO GOOD! As soon as I read the premise for this, I knew I had to check it out ASAP. Organ procurement/transplants has always been a topic of interest, one that I personally believe should have more light shed on. Anyways. This also included the concept of cellular memory, i.e. a person who was a...
August 23, 2017
I received a copy of A Killer Harvest from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
I really liked the premise of A Killer Harvest and was excited to dive into it. A blind teenager, Joshua, receives a double corneal transplant following the death of his policeman father but (and it’s a big but)...
July 21, 2017
Thanks to Netgalley and the publishers for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Paul Cleave is severely underrated here in the US. He's a big deal, I think, in the thriller market. I've read four of his books now, and every time, I read that final page and shut t...
August 10, 2017
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Paul Cleave is now on my MUST READ list and I feel he should be on every fan of thrillers book shelves, too!
I read “Trust No One” and loved it, so I was very happy to get this ARC of his new book. Now I can add A KILLER HARVEST to th...