Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
Other Sellers on Amazon
+ $3.99 shipping
+ $3.99 shipping
+ $3.99 shipping
Black Fall: A Jessica Blackwood Novel Paperback – March 21, 2017
|New from||Used from|
The Amazon Book Review
Author interviews, book reviews, editors picks, and more. Read it now
Frequently bought together
Customers who bought this item also bought
“Enthralling . . . The author, a professional magician, makes the impossible seem probable in this twisty, clever treat.” (Publishers Weekly)
“Delivers more fast-paced entertainment.” (Booklist)
Praise for Name of the Devil: “Science supersedes the supernatural in this action-packed follow-up.… With snappy prose and a smart protagonist, this is an adrenaline-fueled procedural with an unusual twist. Great reading.” (Booklist (starred review) )
“In Mayne’s exciting second Jessica Blackwood novel, the cunning FBI special agent applies her magician training to investigating a bizarre explosion…. A fast-moving thriller in which illusions are weapons for both good and evil.” (Publishers Weekly)
Praise for Angel Killer: “Mayne, the star of the A&E show Don’t Trust Andrew Mayne, combines magic and mayhem in this delightful beginning to a new series…. Readers will look forward to Jessica’s future adventures.” (Publishers Weekly)
“A magical debut that mixes charismatic characters, an intriguing premise and a dash of illusionists’ secrets to entertain readers and leave them eager for the next act.” (Kirkus Reviews)
“Professional illusionist Mayne introduces a fresh angle to serial-killer hunting.… Mayne forgoes gimmicks, instead dissecting illusions with human behavior, math, and science without losing sight of the story’s big picture.” (Booklist)
“Looking for a dark page turner that will keep you guessing until the very end? Jessica Blackwood is your girl!” (WhyGirlsAreWeird.com)
“Entertainment at its finest! Magic and mystery blend together to showcase one heck of an intriguing plotline.… The sort of book you just can’t put down and yet you regret once that last page is turned.” (Fresh Fiction)
“Magic and murder make a spectacular entrance in Angel Killer, an intricate thriller with techno overtones written by illusionist Andrew Mayne…. Addictive.” (BookPage)
From the Back Cover
An hour after a severe earthquake rocks the Eastern seaboard, a video of Nobel Prize—winning physicist Peter Devon predicting the location and date of the earthquake goes viral.
But Peter Devon has been dead for eight years.
The FBI’s best chance at finding an explanation is agent Jessica Blackwood. Raised as the rising star in a family dynasty of illusionists, Jessica has talent and experience that endow her with a gift for knowing when things are not always as they appear to be. Jessica’s boss, Dr. Ailes, puts her on the case even though she’s still recovering from a routine surveillance operation gone horribly wrong. When police discover a body that matches her description of the disturbed young woman who attacked her at the stakeout, Jessica is torn between professional duty and a personal desire to find out who this woman was, and why she was killed.
The investigations pull her in very different directions—until they start to converge, leading Jessica to confront something so twisted, only one person could be behind it . . .
Browse award-winning titles. See more
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Andrew Mayne is either a genius or does A LOT of research because every time I checked any fact in the book (be it about computers, historic events or magic) it panned out. Or did it? Reading his books makes me trust the internet less than ever before and makes me want to take down my Facebook page!
If you think about picking up a Jessica Blackwood novel, do yourself a favor and start with Angel Killer and read them in order. You won't regret it if you enjoy a good mystery with lots of drama but enough "comic relief" from the sarcastic and funny protagonist's thoughts and comments to lighten the mood.
Be sure to read in order for proper development.