The Devil You Know: A Thriller (A Hayley Chill Thriller #4) (Hardcover)
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This is book number 4 in the A Hayley Chill Thriller series.
A Supreme Court justice is murdered and a conspiracy with potentially cataclysmic effects is uncovered in this adrenaline-charged entry in the nationally bestselling “propulsive, page-turning, compelling” (C.J. Box, #1 New York Times bestselling author) Hayley Chill series.
When a justice of the Supreme Court is killed by the police officer assigned to protect him, the country is shocked. Hayley Chill’s superiors suspect the assassination is part of a major conspiracy.
In Maui, where one member of the Supreme Court owns a vacation home, a busload of children is taken hostage with the justice’s death as ransom. Together with a deputy US marshal, Hayley embarks on the monumental task of rescuing the children while also protecting the justice. “With plot twists that keep you guessing, and a heroine who makes you stand up and cheer, The Devil You Know is a knockout” (Don Bentley, New York Times bestselling author).
About the Author
Chris Hauty’s debut, Deep State, was a New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice, and Barry Award nominee. Other novels include the CALIBA Award–nominated Savage Road, and Storm Rising, as well as the acclaimed novella Insurrection Day. He currently lives in Glendale, California.
“Chill’s beautifully drawn character highlights a terrific, riveting action thriller that leaves us thinking even as we’re turning the pages.”
— Jon Land, USA Today bestselling author of the Caitlin Strong Novels
"Hayley Chill is such a likeable and engaging character...I have read all four in the series and one novella and can recommend them all to those who like exciting political thrillers."
— Deadly Pleasures Magazine
"An action-packed novel that starts strong and never letes up, with some twists you don't see coming. A great Memorial Day read."
— Red Carpet Crash
"The pacing is perfect, the characters' sense of urgency trasnferring to the readers, who will start turning pages with increasing speed."