Book Of The Day – See Jack Die

by Greg on May 16, 2013

Today’s Book of the Day is a highly rated Suspense/Mystery by Nicholas Black – and it’s 25% off for a limited time. See Jack Die has an excellent 4.6 star rating and is on sale for only $2.99 – save $1!

“It is a fantastic read and well worth the time. Be careful though, you may want to block off some time as it may be very hard to put down once you start. If you like suspense, mystery, or just a well written entertaining book I highly recommend See Jack Die.” Jeff S. – Amazon Reviewer

See Jack Die
by Nicholas Black
Rating: 4.6 Stars
Genre: Suspense/Mystery
Price: $2.99 save $1


See Jack Die
by Nicholas Black

Jack Pagan might as well be 4½ months old. He awoke in a hospital after suffering a head injury that left him dead for over 67 minutes. All of his long-term memories were destroyed. Now he has to start his life again. But his accidental flirt with death left him a special gift. In those few minutes as he fades off to sleep each night, and in those early hours of the morning as he numbly awakens… he sees them.

At first, the shadows would just stretch into strange shapes and forms. Jack thought that he was hallucinating. That his medication was playing with his vision. Then the strange shadows began to walk around, moving freely. Jack chalked it up to a brain tumor. Some disease in his cerebral cortex. Schizophrenia, even. Something he could live with.

Now these creatures are not only haunting his nights, but his days. And they have a tendency to show themselves around people who are about to die. Seeking help he turns to a psychic who gives him a very special book. A book that he was destined to find. Jack learns that the only way he will ever know about who he was, is to face his worst fears, and die . . . again.

In a series of incredible twists and turns, Jack finds out that the worlds of the living and of the dead are much closer than any of us can possibly imagine. And monsters . . . are real.

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

Book is awesome and very creative it literally leaves you shaking. Nicholas is the modern version of R.L. Stine and all spooky horror books.


Nicholas set up enough questions that you have to turn the page(s) – You simply can’t put the book down till you get the answers. But, with answers come more questions, keeping you turning pages to find the answers. If you enjoy intrigue and suspense, mixed with the paranormal, you’ll enjoy See Jack Die.


Well written, kept me engaged. Story wasn’t run of the mill which I liked very much. Looking forward to other books by same author.


This was a great book. Nicholas Black is a fantastic author. The book flows and was a “can’t put it down” novel. I like the dry and obvious humor he slides into scenes. The characters are addictive to your senses. Check this series out, you won’t be disappointed.


I expect to see this one on film before too long. It’s quick, sharp, and spooky. Leave a light on when you’re done with this one.

Get See Jack Die here: See Jack Die

About The Author

My name is Nicholas Black.

I’m a former member of the US NAVY, and the French Foreign Legion. I have fought professionally in the MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) and have won two world titles in the process. I’ve done stunts with Chuck Norris (Walker: Texas Ranger), defused explosives, hit targets at +1,000 meters, made America’s Most Wanted list, worked with “Freeway” Ricky Ross, co-written with Jimmy DaSaint, and met the Prime Minister of Pakistan.

* Regardless of rumors to the contrary: I did NOT stab the president of Paraguay in the neck with a fork. That whole affair was blown way out of proportion. And I deny every being a part of any dictator(s) being overthrown in Central Africa, and South America.

I’ve written about 10 books, most of them while on the run from the US Government. Perhaps I should back up:

I used to be a professional bodyguard. Some of my clients were the fancy, Hollywood type; and others were the East Coast Mobster kind. One of my clients, in particular, was a former Hitman, and hired me after he had put his assassination days behind him . . . or so I believed.

The US Government took me, along with the other bodyguards, into custody, asking if we had knowledge of our Boss’s previous hits. We said, “No,” and immediately all lawyered up. After we were released on bond I met with the other bodyguards and informed them that I was leaving the country.

2 days later I was gone.

Several months later I ended up in Paris, signing a contract with the French Foreign Legion. I trained in everything from Interrogation, to Diving, to Small unit Counter-terrorism tactics. I learned French, Spanish, Russian, and Arabic in the process.

. . . Oh, and I also learned how much money there was to be made in the Mercenary Trade.

Anyway, most of my literary works were concepted while I was on the run from INTERPOL, dodging cops and bullets and ex-girlfriends (by comparison, the first two were relatively easy).

I write lots of dark, twisted, morosely humorous things. I like thrillers, suspense, crime, and baby ducks (on a bed of white rice, of course . . . jk).

I hope you enjoy my work. Oddly, writing seems fairly easy. Editing, well that’s for educated, buttoned-down types . . . and that’s not me.

Other books by Nicholas Black:

How-To Series:

How to Write a Fiction Novel in 30 Days or Less!
How to Publish a Best Seller on!
How to Fix Your Credit in 45 Days or Less! (with Nigel Peterson)


Purg I: Fallen Angel
Purg II: The 4th Angel
Purg III: Burning Heaven
Purg IV: Fallen Shadows

See Jack Die (Jack Pagan Adventures)
See Jack Hunt (Jack Pagan Adventures)

How My Gay Uncle F’ed up Christmas: The Legend of Sodomy Cat
The Messenger: The Story of a Contract Killer
Three Wise Men

Chasing Darkness (with Jill Falter)
Chasing Daylight (with Jill Falter)


The Last American Mercenary
Walking Ghost: Welcome to Terrorist University
Soul’s Harbor: True Adventures of Medic-13
How to Write a Fiction Novel in 30 days or less!

Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – Nicholas Black and ENT appreciate it.


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