Book Review – Night of the Hawk – Dale Brown

From the Publisher

During a bombing mission in the Soviet Union, First Lieutenant David Luger was killed in an explosion–or so his fellow crew members thought. Now they find out that he survived, and has been brainwashed by the KGB.

Perhap a little long and a little too detailed, the novel reads like a Larry Bond or Tom Clancy. A lot of action, quite a few lead characters and lots of heroic acts makes this a good book though. Set in a part of the world not normally read about, it uses its unique location to great effect. While this is the sequel to Flight of the Old Dog, with many of the same characters featured, I don’t think you needed to have read the first to enjoy this book.

Looking forward to the next one.

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