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Publisher's Summary

Small town secrets that can destroy a town....

Everdeen is a perfect town. There is no crime, crops are bountiful, and everyone is happy. Idyllic. Grand Harvest comes every five years, and this year, there is a problem deciding the Harvest Maid. No one wants the honor because Harvest Maids go away and are never seen again.

Beverly Fontaine is in the middle when her sister is chosen, and then she discovers that someone has been molesting teens. Once a plan is in place to stop the abuse, she and a group of townspeople have to face a bigger problem: Cain is coming and demands a sacrifice. This year, the bravest will fight back while the evil influence seeps into the town, causing horrific crimes. With no inhibitions and anger, fear, and desperation ruling them, Everdeen’s citizens will also fight each other. Cain is coming!

Cursed is the ground because of you;
in pain, you shall eat of it all the days of
your life; thorns and thistles it shall bring
forth for you, and you shall eat the plants of the field. By the sweat of your
face, you shall eat bread, till you
return to the ground. 

Homage to Twin Peaks and Peyton Place (with an evil twist).

©2020 Catt Dahman (P)2021 Catt Dahman

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