Blood Harvest

Blood Harvest

Book - 2010
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Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Minotaur Books, 2010
Edition: 1st U.S. ed
ISBN: 9780312600518
Branch Call Number: F BOLTO-S
Characteristics: 425 p. : map ; 25 cm


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Nov 28, 2016

I very much enjoyed this book. A unique story that misleads you with references to spirits but turns into murder by humans. Children in this small town in England are murdered by falling from heights and the new parson becomes involved in ways he never imagined.

Mar 20, 2016

This is my 2nd SJ Bolton novel. I was very impressed with my first read, and this one does not disappoint. I'm very particular about what I read, and often read a couple of chapters of a mystery novel and abandon it because it is not good enough. This author has me panting to gobble up all her books, pronto!

Sep 08, 2015

When a new vicar comes to town he meets up with some odd happenings, some odd people and some very odd old traditions. Little girls from the town have been dying or disappearing but what is behind it? A disturbed mother? Some kind of sprite that may be less than human? And what is up with these weird old traditions? A good mystery, good characters and lots of creepy stuff abound. Loved this book.

ChristchurchLib Jan 13, 2014

"The Fletchers should have known better than to move next to a graveyard, particularly one in the English village of Heptonclough, where the villagers slaughter their livestock in an annual "blood harvest" ritual... and where several young girls have been killed. Soon, ten-year-old Tom Fletcher and his younger brother report strange sightings, their toddler sister narrowly escapes an attempt on her life, and blood is exchanged for communion wine at the church (which seems to be the centre of all sorts of creepy stuff). With Gothic undertones, Blood Harvest "excels at summoning up the claustrophobic atmosphere of rural village life" (The Guardian)." Thrillers and Suspense January 2014 newsletter

Jun 13, 2013

Another great book from S.J. Bolton. Great read.

sjmitra Sep 13, 2011

S J Bolton is now one of my favorite contemporary writers. Blood Harvest is every bit as exciting as its title. Somewhere around page 145 I guessed where the book is headed -- the person responsible for, and the motive behind, the murders. However, the climax is still thrilling and the ending satistfying. Like Now You See Me, Blood Harvest deals with uncomfortable situations and raises difficult questions, so it goes beyond mere "suspense thriller."


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