The Deepest Black: A Novel (Paperback)

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A crime novel unlike any you've ever read—based on true events

Where does the line blur between fact and fiction?

Acclaimed author Randall Silvis is looking for a story—any story to follow up the series of gripping mystery novels that catapulted him to success. And then, out of nowhere, a story appears. A mysterious stranger named Thomas Kennaday tips Silvis off about a series of murders in a small Pennsylvania town, sending Silvis off on a tentative investigation in hopes of finding material for his next novel.

What Silvis discovers is much more than a typical small-town murder case, and it soon becomes clear that Kennaday, who seems to have disappeared into thin air, is somehow pulling the strings of the investigation from behind the scenes. Based on true events, The Deepest Black is a profoundly thoughtful, unsettling read, and a crime novel unlike any you've ever read before.

About the Author

RANDALL SILVIS is the internationally acclaimed author of more than a dozen novels, including Two Days Gone and the other Ryan DeMarco mysteries. His essays, articles, poems, and short stories have appeared in various online and print magazines. His work has been translated into ten languages. He lives in Pennsylvania.

Praise For…

"Randall Silvis’s nonfiction novel The Deepest Black ventures into the darkest corners of the human psyche… A must-read, a wild ride of a novel… a story rife with twists and turns, secret societies and those who are sworn to keep the secrets… a harrowing journey of time travel, a child kidnapping ring, and murder. Our hearts will pound. Our hands will sweat. We’ll come face to face with The Deepest Black. A must-read, a wild ride of a novel... or is it all true? " — Susan Wingate, bestselling author of How the Deep Moon Hungers

Product Details
ISBN: 9781728223612
ISBN-10: 172822361X
Publisher: Poisoned Pen Press
Publication Date: August 16th, 2022
Pages: 320
Language: English