There's a serial killer in the Caribbean. A pure hunter who's like nothing the world has ever known.
The media names him the Island Hopper.
When the body count adds up, FBI team-leader Jack Seargant directs the international investigation. A veteran of the elite Behavioral Sciences Unit, Seargant is as tenacious and bold as he is physical. With no clues to go on, he launches verbal attacks on the killer to draw him out, and the two begin a lethal game of cat and mouse.
Soon Seargant is joined by Tom Brightwell; an alcoholic, suicidal ex-homicide cop, whose own daughter may have been the first victim. As things heat up, Tom becomes obsessed with finding the killer, and he begins an incredible journey to reclaim his life.
When they uncover shocking evidence, the story takes a dramatic turn, leading to the most unlikely of places and circumstances.
In The Island Hopper, Michael Hilliard paints the Caribbean Islands as they are; care-free and vibrant, with all the sights and sounds that make them so inspiring.
The story is fast-paced and keeps the reader guessing. It's laced with the meticulous descriptions and unforgettable characters that make Michael Hilliard one of the more unique and freshest voices in modern suspense novels.