Fly Away, Jill by Max ByrdFly Away, Jill by Max Byrd

Fly Away, Jill

byMax Byrd

Hardcover | October 16, 2012

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This adrenaline-packed page-turner from bestselling author Max Byrd brings back the unstoppable P.I. Mike Haller, this time in the streets of London.

Lighting a cigarette in the gray night, P.I. Mike Haller is uneasy about the job that has brought him to London and away from his home in California. His instincts warned him that he was in for trouble—he just didn’t trust the old man who had hired him, and he couldn’t quite explain the reason behind his suspicions. But the photo of the runaway bride had touched his romantic heart. Too bad he forgot to remember the sickening surge of adrenaline that fear brings . . . because Haller would soon find a hard, deadly barrel of a .38 jammed into his ribs, forcing him to make a decision that he must never regret. With its suspenseful, intriguing plot set against the backdrop of London town, Fly Away, Jill brings Haller face to face with the horrifying truth behind one man’s unscrupulous past.
Max Byrd is the award-winning author of fourteen books, including four bestselling historical novels and California Thriller, for which he received the Shamus Award. He was educated at Harvard and King’s College Cambridge, England, and has taught at Yale, Stanford, and the University of California. Byrd is a Contributing Editor of The ...
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Title:Fly Away, JillFormat:HardcoverDimensions:280 pages, 8 × 5.25 × 0.98 inPublished:October 16, 2012Publisher:Turner Publishing CompanyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1630263389

ISBN - 13:9781630263386

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“Max Byrd’s plots, like his wit, are sinister and charming.” —Diane Johnson, bestselling author of The Shadow Knows“Max Byrd is an expert at mingling real historical figures with his invented characters.” —The New York Times“Lock Byrd’s cage and throw away the key—until he slips out a few more thrillers.” —The Philadelphia Enquirer“Max Byrd is a fine and forceful writer.” —Lawrence Block, bestselling author of Eight Million Ways to Die“Max Byrd is in the first division of American crime writing.” —The New York Times