A Hawk Tate Novel Book 4
WHO WOULD HAVE THE POWER NECESSARY TO FORCE DOWN AN INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT HALFWAY TO ITS DESTINATION? AND WHAT WOULD POSSIBLY BE THEIR GOAL IN DOING SO?
The request was simple enough. A former client had booked the fishing trip of a lifetime, a week floating the pristine waters of Patagonia by day and enjoying a luxury cabin by night. The guide he had hired to go with him had backed out at the last second and he was hoping Hawk Tate might be able to fill in. Still weeks away from the start of the Yellowstone season, and never one to shy away from one of the premier fishing spots in the world or a hefty payday, Hawk agrees.
What neither he nor his client could have possibly known was that at that moment in Venezuela, a presidential primary was just heating up. A campaign that was already plenty contentious, it reaches a fevered pitch when anti-American rhetoric is brought to the fore, complete with burning flags and spewing hostility.
Halfway to their destination, the flight Hawk and his friend are on is forced down into Caracas, thrusting them into the middle of an international situation.
A situation that fast goes terribly awry, forcing Hawk back into a life he has so desperately tried to leave behind…
Just finished “Hellfire” by Dustin Stevens and like the books I've read by him before, it was well plotted and quite engaging. Very well done and Hawk Tate, the protagonist does it again. If you enjoy believable action and intense action, you won't be disappointed.Jay W. Murphy