In the Eye of the Hawk – Available Now!

(16 customer reviews)

  • Hardcover: $39.99
  • Paperback: $28.99
  • Kindle: $3.99
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BY REX BARTON

Hawk used his patrol unit to do a pit maneuver on John Blood’s GTO. It would be dangerous, especially on such a narrow dirt road.

At 65 to 70 mph, Hawk drove his unit hard into the right rear bumper of the GTO, then backed off rapidly. As he suspected, Blood could not control the GTO any longer. He watched as the GTO spun first left then right, flipping over and over a hundred feet down the side of the cliff. He didn’t think Blood could live through it. He was wrong.

Hawk began looking for Blood’s body in the totaled GTO but Blood was gone. Then he saw a blood trail leading up to and over a little creek further down the mountain face. Hesitating to cross the creek for fear of being shot in the open, Hawk sought higher ground and cover. Slowly backing up, he tripped on a partially covered rock near a boulder and fell backward, hitting his head. At that moment, a large rattlesnake, curled and ready to strike, sprung forward toward Hawk’s neck. The rattlesnake’s nose hit his neck and the fangs went through Hawk’s shirt collar. Hung up and slashing around, Hawk grabbed the snake with his left hand, dazed and blurry eyed. Then he heard Blood casually walking toward him, laughing. As Blood approached he took aim with his 45-cal. semi auto pistol and fired one shot into Hawk’s left side. Before a second round went off, Hawk fired his 357 Magnum through his holster and emptying it in what he was hoping was Blood’s chest. Hawk could only hear. He could not see. What happened next could only be counted as a miracle.

Blinded by the concussion, panicked by the rattlesnake trying to strike at Hawk’s neck and the pain of being shot in his left side, Hawk did the only thing he could do. He was trained in martial arts. Many times he fought with a blind fold on so he would learn to use his other senses. He point-shot from where he heard John Blood laughing. Thank God, all six rounds found their mark in Blood’s chest, or this story would have a very different ending.

Additional information

Book Type

Hardcover – $39.99, Paperback – $28.99, Kindle – $3.99

Hardcover

472 pages

Publisher

Authorhouse (April 25, 2017)

Language

English

ISBN (Hardcover)

978-1-5246-8741

ISBN (Paperback)

978-1-5246-8743-4

ISBN (Kindle)

978-1-5246-8742-7

16 reviews for In the Eye of the Hawk – Available Now!

  1. Jodi Pappas

    Excellent read!

  2. Lonnie Pappas

    Action-packed book. Looking forward to reading the next one.

  3. Ian

    A great book full of adventure!

  4. Katya

    Riveting! I could not put it down!

  5. Danielle

    Such a great book!! Kept me on the edge of my seat. Seriously risky business Rex dealt with

  6. Bella

    Loved the story! Can’t wait for more to come!

  7. Pete

    Excellent read

  8. Gary

    Great read. Interesting subject matter and wanted more.

  9. Toni Summerford

    I loved the book and trying to be patient for the next book release.

  10. Carey

    Enjoyed the book. Looking forward to the next book.

  11. Juliana

    A really good read ! Lots of excitement and suspense. Looking forward to the next book.

  12. Don

    Good Read. The book gives an insiders look at the war on drugs.

  13. Annette

    Excellent book and great testimony how God protected you. Look forward to other books.

  14. Paul G.

    Before Delta Force and Seal Team 6, if you needed bad guys interdicted with plausible deniability, who did you call? You called “The Hawk” and his skilled team of operatives! Author Rex Barton provides a fast-paced read that makes it hard to put down his books.

  15. Jeanne Montgomery

    Great reading! Full of action and a real page-turner. It is definitely eye opening and we can appreciate those who protect our communities and risks their lives in doing so. Looking forward to the next books.

  16. Katherine

    Incredibly written account of an American hero! Brings a whole new perspective on our protectors experiences. Must Read!

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