Shadow of the Hawk

Shadow of the Hawk

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SHADOW OF THE HAWK is the vivid and suspenseful story of mountain-man Mike McCloskey, a run-away slave Thaddeus, and a young orphan Jericho, whose lives cross paths becoming lifelong friends. As time passes Jericho becomes a sheriff, Thaddeus moves into town, but Mike continues to live and trap with his Indian wife and daughter in the mountains even though the days are numbered for his kind of life. When Mike heads into town to purchase supplies, he defends an Indian friend's life from outlaw cowboys and sets in motion a collision of mishaps-a single mistake changes his life and the lives of friends and enemies alike.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 308 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 17.53mm | 403.7g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514123231
  • 9781514123232

About Ron Honthaner

Author of SHADOW OF THE HAWK, Ron Honthaner is a film and TV veteran whose first script for GUNSMOKE landed him a job on the series, going on to write other scripts for the show, then working as post production supervisor and later, associate producer. He was the recipient of two Cowboy Hall of Fame awards for his work on the GUNSMOKE producing team. Ron's credits include the GUNSMOKE spin-off, Dirty Sally and the TV version of HOW THE WEST WAS WON. His editing credits included TV shows HERBIE THE LOVE BUG, SIMON AND SIMON and BUCK ROGERS IN THE 25th CENTURY and indie features, THE HOSTAGE and DARK BEFORE DAWN. Honthaner's skills bridge writing and production, with a long career specializing in post production, as a post production supervisor, associate producer and editor. He wrote and sold several screenplays and directed the indie feature THE HOUSE ON SKULL MOUNTAIN, a horror picture distributed by 20th Century-Fox. His newest book, SHADOW OF THE HAWK, was created over his decades of working in the Western genre, motivated by a devotion to cowboy culture and the danger and stark heroism in the wilds of early America.show more