Book Review: ‘Storm Rising: A Hayley Chill Novel’ By Chris Hauty

Hayley Chill is working as a deep-state operative for a secret organization for the United States government. It’s off the books and very few people know about it. Her official title is she works undercover for a U.S. senator. While she awaits her next assisgnment, she’s training for her MMA debut, which doesn’t go well. She’s also looking into the events behind her father’s death, which she thinks was murder. She finds some weird clues at his house that point to El Paso, Texas, where some strange things, attacks on an oil field, have been happening lately. She’s sent there to look into things and soon uncovers a big plot by a group of white supremacists, to plot a major attack and to try and suceed from the Government. It somehow invovled her father as well and Hayley becomes a one woman wrecking crew. Soon the dead bodies are mounting and Hayley is also the target of one of the people in the group and it becomes a game of cat and mouse and Hayley must stop this person before it’s too late. The character of Hayley Chill is bad-ass and always a thrill to read and the book is all action to keep you on the edge of your seat. This is the third book in the series and it’s good but not as good as the first two. Something was missing for me and I am not quite sure what it is.

You can pick up Storm Rising in stores on Tuesday, May 3rd from Atria.

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