The Resource Hawke : a novel.
- Hawke : a novel.
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- a novel.
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- trueNuclear terrorism
- Sea stories
- Suspense fiction
- Americans -- Caribbean Area -- Fiction
- trueInternational intrigue
- trueIntelligence officers -- Great Britain
- trueSecret service -- Great Britain
- trueSpy fiction
- Pirates -- Fiction
- trueSpies -- Great Britain
- Cold War -- Fiction
- Caribbean Area -- Fiction
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- trueIntelligence service -- Great Britain
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- trueHawke, Alexander (Fictitious character)
- trueAdventure stories
- Submarines (Ships) -- Fiction
- Hawke, Alex (Fictitious character) -- Fiction
- Lord Alexander Hawke is a direct descendant of the legendary English pirate Blackhawke and highly skilled in the cutthroat's deadly ways himself. While still a boy, on a voyage to the Caribbean, Alex Hawke witnesses an act of unspeakable horror. Hidden in a secret compartment on his father's yacht, Alex sees his parents brutally murdered by three modern-day pirates. It is an event that will haunt him for the remainder of his life. Now, fully grown and one of England's most decorated naval heroes, Hawke is back in the same Caribbean waters on a secret mission for the American government. A highly experimental stealth submarine, built by the Soviets just before the end of the Cold War, is missing. She carries forty nuclear warheads and is believed to be in the hands of a very unstable government just ninety miles from the American mainland. Hawke is in a race against time. His mission: Find the deadly sub before a preemptive strike can be launched against the U.S., and confront the murderous men behind the personal nightmare that haunts him before they find him first
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