The Lost Girl
Amy Robbins suffers a tragedy no woman should endure when her husband and daughter are killed in a tragic accident. The Stanford law partner’s life spirals downward as she loses her career, her life savings, and the will to live. But while biding time in a dead-end job, she stumbles onto something that lays bare a disturbing truth at the heart of a tragic lie. Trouble is, someone stands in her way: fixer Mickey Keller.
“Alan Jacobson expertly ratchets up the tension and shows us that the most courageous heroes are those with everything to lose.”
—Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of
Rizzoli & Isles
Karen Vail Series
Karen Vail is no ordinary FBI agent.
She’s a profiler, brought to life by Alan Jacobson’s seven years of unprecedented access to, and research with, the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit. The Karen Vail series has been raved about by reviewers, readers, law enforcement officers of all stripes, real FBI profilers…and even one of the legendary founding fathers of the Behavioral Analysis Unit in Quantico.
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Host Jess O’Brien of Martini Productions interviews Alan Jacobson about his latest OPSIG Team Black novel DARK SIDE OF THE MOON—and the research he had to do with a whole new set of experts to keep it real.
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Host Jessica Mazo of Martini Productions interviews Alan Jacobson at ThrillerFest about his two series, the OPSIG Team Black novels and the FBI profiler Karen Vail books—and the close quarters combat training he did in the Phoenix desert with Chris Kyle’s Craft International.
Alan sits down with PBS’ Books du Jour host Frederic Colier to discuss the sixth Karen Vail novel, Spectrum, why he chose to take us back in time to Vail’s first day on the job with the NYPD as a beat cop—and his 9/11 dilemma.
FBI profiler Mark Safarik interviews Alan Jacobson about the Karen Vail novels and where the idea behind Vail came from. Alan then turns the tables and interviews Mark on his career catching some of the deadliest killers.
Alan talks with Book Case TV’s Frederic Colier about No Way Out, how he found himself face to face with a real FBI profiler more than two decades years ago, and how that profiler became instrumental in helping him shape all of the Vail novels.