New Zealand crime fiction writer Paul Cleave’s latest thrilling novel ‘A Killer Harvest’ was published on 8-1-17. And just take a look at this cover, it has to be one of my absolute favorite covers! And the dust jacket is textured, it feels just like bandages.
(pic from Amazon.com)
Joshua is convinced there is a family curse. It’s taken loved ones from him, it’s robbed him of his eyesight, and it’s the reason why his father is killed while investigating the homicide of a young woman.
Joshua is handed an opportunity he can’t refuse: an operation that will allow him to see the world through his father’s eyes. As Joshua navigates a world of sight, he gets glimpses of what these eyes might have witnessed in their previous life. What exactly was his dad up to in his role as a police officer?
There are consequences to the secret life his father was living, including the wrath of a man hell bent on killing, a man who is drawing closer and closer to Joshua.
Joshua soon discovers a world darker than the one he has emerged from…
I don’t recall when I purchased this one, but it hasn’t been in my To Be Read pile for too long. And, THAT was too long. This is the first book I’ve read by Mr. Cleave, and now I need the rest of his books now, like RIGHT NOW! He is one talented author and I cannot wait to dive into the rest of his works.
In “Trust No One”, author Jerry Grey, who uses the pseudonym Henry Cutter, is diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s at the age of 49. He begins a journal so Future Jerry can remember things. But his dementia breaks down the wall between his real life and the lives of his characters. Are his stories real from crimes he actually committed?? Jerry learns that he can trust no one….Even himself.
If you love Crime Fiction and haven’t read any Paul Cleave, you will love Paul Cleave. If you haven’t read in the Crime Fiction genre, check out “Trust No One” and you may find yourself falling in love with a new genre, and author!