Black Stone Bay has seen more than its fair share of violence and bloodshed, death and disease, and still it perseveres.
All that has happened to the town could be placed on the vampire known as Jason Soulis. He has made the 'Bay his petri dish upon which to create new, stronger versions of the undead. He has watched as first a plague of vampires attacked the town and then a plague created by vampires spread an unholy infection through the area, killing young and old, weak and strong, without bias. Soulis has spent over a hundred years attempting to make the perfect predator.
One of his nightmares left wandering Black Stone Bay has a new target and this time that victim takes matters into her own hands. She calls on a man who saved her once before, Jonathan Crowley, the man called the Hunter. That would hardly concern Soulis, safe and thousands of miles away, but something from his past has come to haunt him. One of his experiments he'd long forgotten has come back from the dead and intent on only one thing: destroying Soulis and all that he has ever cared for.
The bloodlines that Jason Soulis has created are gathering now for one final conflict, and Black Stone Bay is the battlefield where all will be decided. Blood will flow and the town will again be reminded that the night has very sharp teeth.
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"A vampire tour de force. James Moore outdoes himself with BLOOD HARVEST, the sequel to his absolutely fantastic novel BLOOD RED. As I come to expect from Paul at Earthling, the book itself is first rate and the cover art is fantastic. If you haven’t had a chance to see the quality books that Earthling puts out, then now is your chance."
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"In BLOOD HARVEST, Moore reminds us why he is one of horror’s most reliable novelists. I can think of no writer, other than King, who gives us such strong characters. That makes the horror that follows all the more heinous. BLOOD HARVEST is terror at its finest, and James A. Moore comfortably sits at the top of horror’s pantheon of greats. Highly recommended."
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— Rick Kleffel, The Agony Column on BLOOD RED
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