Everyone Knows When A Stranger Walks Into Town
Something dark and malevolent lurks among the citizens of Lincoln, New York. For years, an Evil has controlled its demonic appetites, claiming victims at random: a traveling salesman, a newly arrived family, a child. The deaths were isolated, quickly forgotten, while Evil resumed waiting. . .
Now as the time of Harvest draws near, the residents of Lincoln may learn too late of the otherworldly darkness dwelling in their hearts. Enter a mysterious stranger named Matt Crowe, returned to Lincoln with a terrible secret and a burning determination to avenge himself on the monsters that destroyed his family. But time is running out, and the Evil is growing restless--and hungry.
Others in Lincoln suspect what is happening--what is about to happen--and only by banding together will they have any chance of stopping the gruesome Harvest--and of casting its perpetrators back into the eternal fires of hell. . .
"Izzo drags you into the shadows but doesn't leave you in the dark. A keeper." --Scott Nicholson
Anthony Izzo received his Bachelor of Arts in English from D'Youville College. He currently resides with his wife and two children in Upstate New York where he is working on his next novel. When not writing, Tony enjoys reading, music, and playing guitar.
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BOOK THREE Harvest
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