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Chilling, gripping, gruesome.
— Diane G.  
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Jon whipped around and saw the pile of bloody clothing lying on the road. Cold water fell from the sky as he jerked forward in bed with a panicked look in his eyes.
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For the good of the town.

Jon whipped around and saw the pile of bloody clothing lying on the road. A hand touched his shoulder, but before he could turn, cold water fell from the sky. He jerked forward in bed with a panicked look in his eyes.

 

Jonathan Ramble’s visit to the sterile and orderly Harvest, NJ, takes a turn when he starts asking questions about their beloved Purity Hospital. Rumors of punishments, rules and regulations, and missing people piques his interest as he digs deeper into the mystery that has the small town wrapped in secrecy.

Reviews

Chilling, gripping, gruesome, a total page-turner...

- Diane

The second novel by A. I. Bayroff I've had the pleasure to read and had trouble putting down. The characters are relatable and highly motivated as they move at a quick pace through an engaging and tangled web of thought-provoking secrets and medical mysteries. Sci-fi drama or just a quaint small town? Leaves the reader thinking.

-Barb

I highly recommend a good read in Harvest; a gripping unfolding of an underlying terror in a town. People in guilt lost boundaries of expectation of a humane existence. This insidious psychological thriller tugged a tiny sympathy for the motivation of the evil means to an end.

- Janice

Our book club chose this book and we enjoyed the twists and turns and unexpected ending. It was a disturbing plot in many ways but it kept me curious to find out the outcome of the characters. 

-Lorena

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