There are consequences to the secret life his father was living, and these consequences come in the form of a man hell bent on killing, consequences that bring this man closer and closer to Joshua.
Joshua soon discovers a world darker than the one he has emerged from…
‘A vivid, jangled exploration of mental illness, dark imagination, and the nowhere territory in between…. Cleave spins one nightmare scenario after another out of Jerry's homely malady, leaping with such fiendish élan between past and present tense and first-person, second-person, and third-person narration that you may wonder if you've killed someone yourself.’ Kirkus Reviews
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 the Barry and the Ned Kelly. He has also been shortlisted for the Edgar Award alongside Stephen King.
A Killer Harvest is his ninth novel.