By Linda Davies
Former US Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen
- An enthralling novel based on an incredible but absolutely possible nightmare scenario – a catastrophic storm to devastate California, seeded by terrorists using new science and drones.
- Linda Davies is the bestselling author of 5 novels, including Nest of Vipers, which virtually invented the financial thriller 20 years ago, has sold over 2 million copies and has been optioned for a major film.
- Simultaneously published with Hostage, her true account of being kidnapped with her husband by Iran while sailing in international waters in the middle-east. She was lined up to be shot, watched her husband get beaten and was held for 2 weeks before being released as a result of pressure from the British government.
The Ark Storm is coming – a catastrophic weather event that will unleash massive floods and wreak more havoc on California than the feared megaquake. One man wants to profit from it. Another wants to harness it to wage jihad on American soil. One woman stands in their way: Dr. Gwen
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Boudain, a brilliant and beautiful meteorologist.
Gwen and war-hardened and cynical former Navy SEAL Dan Jacobson must act quickly as the Ark
Storm roars in to foil a terrorist attack as darkly ingenious as it is evil.
About the Author
Linda Davies was born in Scotland and grew up in Wales. She worked for 7 years and an investment banker in London and New York, an experience that gave rise to her first novel Nest of Vipers. Adventurous by nature, Linda has also lived in the Middle-east (where she was kidnapped by Iran while sailing in international waters, the subject of her new book Hostage) and Peru. She now lives near Southwold in Suffolk.
Ark Storm will be available at all good bookshops and online booksellers RRP £10.99 Paperback original