Book 10, Hawker
Randy Wayne White
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To save an innocent family, Hawker goes hunting in the Rockies
If they hadn’t come to the cabin, Lomela and her children would be dead by now. Evil men want something from Lomela’s father, and they’ll hurt his family to get it, so the young mother has taken refuge far from civilization, in a remote patch of the Rocky Mountains. She believes she’s safe. She’s wrong.
The sniper focuses his scope on Lomela. He squeezes the trigger, and his crossbow bolt flies across the mountains, passing Lomela—and striking dead the man who was about to shoot her in the back. James Hawker, the most dangerous vigilante in the United States, has just saved another life. But Lomela and her children are still in danger, and Hawker will paint the Rockies with blood to keep them safe.
Denver Strike is the 10th book in the Hawker series, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.
Praise for Randy Wayne White
“Breathtaking, harrowing, and immensely suspenseful.” —Florida Weekly on Haunted
“[Randy Wayne White] raises the bar of the action thriller.” —The Miami Herald
“White keeps the action churning forward. . . . A fine thriller.” —Booklist on Bone Deep
Randy Wayne White was born in Ashland, Ohio, in 1950. Best known for his series featuring retired NSA agent Doc Ford, he has published over twenty crime fiction and nonfiction adventure books. White began writing fiction while working as a fishing guide in Florida, where most of his books are set. His earlier writings include the Hawker series, which he published under the pen name Carl Ramm. White has received several awards for his fiction, and his novels have been featured on the New York Times bestseller list. He was a monthly columnist for Outside magazine and has contributed to several other publications, as well as lectured throughout the United States and travelled extensively. White currently lives on Pine Island in South Florida, and remains an active member of the community through his involvement with local civic affairs as well as the restaurant Doc Ford’s Sanibel Rum Bar and Grill.