THE ENEMY STALKS
Sullivan La Pierre
I really enjoyed reading this nifty spy vs.
romantic spy fable set in the Pacific Northwest. It affirms once again,
that love is blind.
The story has a nasty sneering villain who hisses
and snickers when he speaks. Dogs bite him. He's so mean that even
birds peck him.
This novel on cassette is a real mouse clicker and
the strongest reason yet for investing in a palm pilot.
~Gene Herd, Exec. Director,
Hollywood Radio and Television Society
This is a fast moving story that keeps you involved
from the start. The characters are well written, and the dialog very
real. The sexual tension between the hero and heroine is kept at a nice
peak while the suspense is woven throughout with a fine hand. The birds
make for some interesting 'secondary' characters themselves and I'm
looking forward to reading the sequel and revisiting Hawkman, Jennifer
and their feathered friends.
This a new murder mystery story featuring Hawkman
as the main character.
Hawkman used to work for the Agency. His name is
Tom Casey now after getting a new identity to be protected from the
people that want to kill him. He got the name, Hawkman, because he
specializes in birds and keeps a hawk he nursed back to health as a pet.
I really like this series with Hawkman and
Jennifer. This is a classic murder mystery story. I hope Betty Sullivan
continues with many more books to add to this collection because I am
~ LISA, Lisa’s Book Review