Winner of the Bram Stoker Award and named one of the Best Novels of by Publishers Weekly, Dark Harvest by Norman Patridge is a powerhouse. Title: Dark Harvest. Author: Norman Partridge. Genre: Horror, Speculative Fiction. Publisher: Cemetery Dance Publications (original) / Tor. Tor / September Reviewed by: Vince A. Liaguno. In Dark Harvest, author Norman Partridge crafts an inspired throwback to the classic.
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