He was a man with many names. Moving from country to country, changing his face constantly so as to remain in the shadows, he was nothing more than a ghost. For now, he is known simply as Korso.
A covert salvage operative, he recovers lost artefacts and items, often stolen, for rich benefactors unable to operate through normal channels. But his shadowy existence is shattered upon the arrival at his Bermuda home of the man he had hoped never to see again...
Tasked with recovering a missing, one-of-a-kind shipment in only four days, his elite skill set will be tested to its limits. Failure will result in his identity being revealed to his former boss, the ruthless Nikolic, who would stop at nothing to eliminate the one man who walked away from his organisation.
An exceptional, white-knuckle thriller full of intrigue and suspense, perfect for fans of Rob Sinclair, Mark Dawson and Adam Hamdy.Praise for Tracer'Tracer, Korso's first outing, is everything you could want in a thriller; fast-pace, suspense, mystery, just the right amount of wickedness, but above all else a protagonist who the reader will want to read more and more of. A real page turner' Rob Sinclair, million copy bestselling author of The Red Cobra
'Meet Korso, a mysterious and unique character you won’t be able to get enough of. In a thriller novel I want tension, pace and ample action, and in Tracer, Jason Dean has delivered by the bucketful' Matt Hilton, author of the Joe Hunter thrillers
‘A relentless round of fast and furious set pieces, out-pacing Reacher for tension and with non-stop violence and intrigue to satisfy any thriller fans’ Adrian Magson, author of The Watchman
‘A thrilling, race-against-time ride ... a great start to what I’m sure will be a hugely successful thriller series’ A. A. Chaudhuri, author of The Scribe
'The most explosive book I've read in ages' D. L. Marshall, author of Anthrax Island
'A superb, fast-paced thriller which literally ticks like a time-bomb' Nick Oldham, author of the Henry Christie series
Jason Dean was born in South London. After finishing art college, he spent many years as a graphic designer before deciding what he really wanted to do was work for himself. He soon realised the best and most satisfying way to achieve this would be by writing the kind of American thrillers he's always loved reading. The James Bishop crime thriller series was the result. Jason now lives in the Far East with his wife and their dog, Yong.