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Jake Whyte is a young female sheep farmer, living as a volunteer exile on the remote Isle of Wight. She clings to deep secrets in her past, but the things that haunt her now are often more immediate: A killer is brutally murdering the sheep in her field; she hears disquieting nighttime noises and there are local sightings of a strange man and a boy. This second work by Granta Best New British Novelist Evie Wyld (After the Fire, A Still Small Voice) possesses the perfect combination of photographic precession and empathy to captivate attentive readers.