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Beale's Hawk Down (The Night Stalkers Short Stories Book 4) Kindle Edition
|Length: 78 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Mr Buchman typically wants way too much for his short stories, but this was a real disappointment.
However, the story was well written, though I really that there had been more of it. He could have shown us several things we were told and given his readers a bit more for our money ($2.99 at this time.)
Highly recommended to M.L. Buchman's fans. Ignore the price tag and click BUY NOW. If YOU are not yet an M.L. Buchman fan, read THE NIGHT IS MINE (book 1 of the Night Stalkers series), and then you won't be able to leave this book out of your library.
Sensuality Level: mild
Violence: moderate (we see the effects of war but not most of the actual war violence)
It's advertised as 78 pages - the story is more like 10 pages. Great story but too much money and the description is wrong.
A lovely portrayal of her kind heart, as she and her co-pilot, Larry Engstrom, are shot down in Thailand. It is the story of their final moments, as they try and survive detection and capture by enemy drug lords. It is moving, and very well written.
Although this experience of Emily's was referenced in "The Night is Mine", it was nice to read about the details here.