'I use that machine to stabilize a transplant recipient so they don't jostle around and pull out internal sutures. It is t designed to keep a deceased body alive.' 'But it could keep a person unconscious for an extended period of time?' 'Yes.' Dr. Erica Ross, the head of an organ-transplant facility, became a surgeon to help people and hor her mother's memory. Though Erica once was a selfless doctor, she w finds herself wrapped up in an elaborate scheme to convince healthy people they have a deadly virus. A community flocks to the hospital to be healed; then Erica's team sedates and confiscates the healthy bodies, reporting them dead. Some remain in a coma for weeks, still alive, ripe for organ harvesting. Then wealthy people in need of new organs bid against each other for the chance at a better life. As Erica reaps more money, she loses sight of what she has sown. In this psychologically suspenseful vel, Erica's friends will both support her misdeeds and become suspicious of her. Harvested explores the bounds of human experimentation and the measures some will take to turn a blind eye. Will she ever see that she only trading one life for ather?