Book reviews, Political thriller

Deep State by Chris Hauty – Book Review

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PUBLISHERS BLURB 

Hayley Chill isn’t your typical West Wing intern. Ex-military and as patriotic as she is principled, she is largely vilified by her peers and lauded by her superiors – it’s a quick way of making enemies.

It is Hayley who finds the body of the White House chief of staff, Peter Hall, on his kitchen floor having died from an apparent heart attack. It is also Hayley who notices a single clue which suggests his death was deliberate, targeted. That he was assassinated.

Unsure who to trust, Hayley works alone to uncover a wide-ranging conspiracy that controls the furthest reaches of the government. And Hall is just the beginning – the president is the next target.

Hayley must now do the impossible: stop an assassination, when she has no idea who the enemy is, all while staying hidden, with Peter’s final words to her ringing in her ears: Trust no one. Because the Deep State will kill to silence her. And they are closing in.

It is entrenched.

It is hidden.

It is deadly.

Who can you trust? 

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MY REVIEW 

Deep State is a political thriller set in Washington.

Hayley Chill has left the army and has joined the whitehouse staff as an intern. She comes across a plot, which she believes is to assassinate the president. But just who can she trust.

There’s murder, secrets and lies in a power struggle within the government. With enough twists to keep even the most hardened thriller reader guessing.

A political thriller at its very best, gripping and thoroughly entertaining from start to finish.

Thank you to Anne Cater and Random Things Tours for the opportunity to participate in this blog tour,  for the promotional materials and a free copy of the book. This is my honest, unbiased review.

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR 

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Chris Hauty is a screenwriter who has worked at all the major movie studios, in nearly every genre of film. He currently lives in Venice, California, in the company of a classic Triumph motorcycle and a feral cat. Deep State is his first novel.

 

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