The Fletchersâ€™ beautiful new house is everything they dreamed it would be. Built between two churches in Heptonclough, a small village on the moors that time forgot, it ought to be paradise for this young family of five, but they barely have a chance to settle in before they find that theyâ€™re anything but welcome. Someone seems to be trying to drive them awayâ€”at first with silly pranks but then with threats that become increasingly dangerous, especially to the oldest child, ten-year-old Tom Fletcher, who begins to believe that someone is always watching him.Â The adults in Tomâ€™s life are trying to help, including his parents; the vicar next door, younger and more dashing than youâ€™d expect a vicar to be; and a therapist, Evi Oliver, who believes him more than she wants to. But there are other clues that something isnâ€™t quite right in Heptonclough, including the mysterious accidental deaths of three toddlers over the last ten years. It is not until Tomâ€™s siblings, two-year-old Milly and five-year-old Joe, go missing in turn that the little villageâ€™s evil secret turns the Fletchersâ€™ dreams into a nightmare.With Sacrifice, Awakening, and now Blood Harvest, S. J. Bolton displays time and time again her remarkable talent as a beguiling storyteller, a master of thrills, and the mistress of her own brand of modern gothic tale.