Fiction & Drama

New standalone thriller Dark Harvest by Will Jordan published today


Congratulations to Will Jordan on publication of his first standalone thriller, Dark Harvest, which is now available across the English-speaking world. Published by Blackstone, this action thriller is inspired by the true, unsolved Dyatlov Pass mystery.

Russia, 1959. Nine members of a Soviet mountaineering team on an ambitious expedition into the Ural Mountains are found dead, victims of massive and bizarre injuries. The Dyatlov Pass incident, as this grisly event came to be known, remains unexplained to this day.

Iraq, 2019. Ex-soldier-turned-mercenary Cameron Becker is escorting a Russian businessman named Luka Belikov through Baghdad. It seems like a routine job, until Belikov is abducted on Becker’s watch. After forming an uneasy alliance with WHO medic Lori Dalton, Becker sets out to uncover the truth behind the attack, and quickly realizes he’s caught in the middle of something far bigger and more dangerous. As bio-terrorists prepare to unleash a virus that causes humans to descend into ravenous madness, the pair are thrust into a desperate race against time to prevent a global plague that could wipe out human civilization.

Who is behind the attack? What do they want? And how can humanity hope to survive? Becker and Dalton’s answers may just lie deep within the icy wastes of the Ural Mountains …

Will Jordan, born in Scotland in 1983, is the internationally published bestselling author of the Ryan Drake series, and he cowrote the action thriller Deadly Cargo with James Patterson. In addition to his work as a writer, Will is also a prominent film and media critic, amassing over a million subscribers under his YouTube persona The Critical Drinker.

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