"That bit of contrivance aside, Wynne-Jones (Stephen Fair, 1998) weaves a strong, sensitively observed cast, plus themes of inner conflict, unlikely friendships, and the enduring power of hate, into a powerful tale that will grip readers from start to finish. (Fiction. 11-15)"
Old sins come home to roost in this taut, terrifying psychological thriller, set largely on an isolated Canadian farm.
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