I love all of hawks books. They include so much of the ocean and pirate life along with the modern terror issues today. Riveting and grabbing. Can't stop reading!
The hero of Hawke
Ted Bell has once again managed to draw the reader in with a wonderfully entwined plot, colorful yet tangible characters in locations and circumstances that are reminiscent of an Errol Flynn drama. It's a story that has it all; swashbuckling sea-bound English billionaire saves the day (and damsel in distress) with a wonderful gang of international mercenaries that are vividly embellished. Well done Ted, yet another Hawke Hero action-packed, screenplay waiting for the right cast, director and producer to enthrall audiences all around the world!
I have read only two novels featuring Alex Hawke so far, but I intend to read more. The combination of suave sophistication and brutal violence puts one in mind of Ian Fleming's best Bond
tales. In Hawke's rare circle of friends both elegant butler Pelham and streetwise SEAL Stokely are as valued as the U.S. Secretary of State, or, for that matter, the Prince of Wales.
I could not get through this boring novel. Read 300 plus pages and fell asleep after every few pages.
Wish I could get a refund.
Bored to tears by this.