Book Reviews of Night of the Hawk (Patrick McLanahan, Bk 5)

Night of the Hawk (Patrick McLanahan, Bk 5)
Night of the Hawk - Patrick McLanahan, Bk 5
Author: Dale Brown
ISBN-13: 9780425136614
ISBN-10: 0425136612
Publication Date: 1992
Pages: 576
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 48 ratings
Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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The crew of the "Old Dog" is back! Action packed techno thriller.
Exciting author.
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The further exploits of the OLD DOG. A page turner to be sure. If you like to fly and like mysteries and suspense. Try it.
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I like all of Brown's books and search them out when I get the chance. This really moves along.
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Another one of my husbands books. He didn't just read this..he inhaled it. Loved it!
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Excellent reading from the master Dale Brown. If you like Dale Brown you will totally enjoy this book.
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5 years ago, the Old Dog crossed the skies of the Soviet Union on a daring mission. One brave airman sacrificed his life to save his fellow crew members. His body was left in the Siberian wastes, while the Old Dog soared off to victory. Now, it has been discovered, David Luger never died. Captured and brainwashed by the KGB, Luger revealed U.S. military secrets of stealth technology. Secrets that could reunited the shattered factions of the former Soviet Union-and forge the most dangerous military alliance in the world...
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Five years ago the Old Dog crossed the skies of the Soviet Union on a daring mission. One brave airman sacrificed his life to save his fellow crew members. His body was left in the Siberian wastes, while the Old Dog soared off to victory. Now it has been discovered that David Luger never died. Captured and brainwashed by the KGB, Luger revealed U.S. military secrets of stealth technology, secrets that could reunite the shattered factions of the former Soviet Union and forge the most dangerous military alliance in the world.

By the author of FLIGHT OF THE OLD DOG.