When Harp is discharged from the U.S. Army after decades of service, all he wants to do is recuperate at home, healing his mind and body in peace. Because Sergeant H.B. Harper has seen far too much violence and loss. He’s ready to recover quietly, alone.
But when Harp returns to the States, he doesn’t get to go back to his old life. After a relative he didn’t even know existed dies, a monstrous inheritance falls straight into his lap: a large Pennsylvania farm hiding more secrets than he knows what to do with. Secrets that put his life in danger, as well as the lives of the other veterans he calls on for help. He soon finds that in order to protect them and stay alive, he’ll have to kill again.
And, as it turns out, he’s still very good at killing.