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Knighthawke is the code name for USAF special operative Michael Walker. In this second installment of the trilogy Michelle Walker is abducted, taken to Southeast Asia, and held as a bargaining tool to convince Michael to use his enhanced abilities against his own government. During that time, Michelle's family learns that their long, lost son is the special ops agent dispatched to rescue their abducted daughter. Michael must find a way to avoid becoming a traitor, rescue his sister, and return to America so that he can meet the biological family that he has so longed for.

©2010-2013 Jerry Minchew (P)2014 Jerry Minchew

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  • Allen Anthony
  • 06-07-16

Nothing replaces family

I still think this is a really good series for teens and young adults. It is all about family values and teamwork in good times and bad.
Basic premise is at about 1 year of age one of a set of twins was kidnapped and they were 22 when reunited. Both had successfully completed school and both joined the Air Force. The sister was kidnapped at 22 and her brother went to rescue her.
In the course of this book there are many colorful characters, alien life forms, Vietnam war, and the war on drugs.
Great values and ethics lessons

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  • JMc
  • 29-02-16

Great story and narration

Refreshingly different, enjoyable, nail bitter storyline. With quite a lot of laugh out loud moments, though the subject matter dealt with some serious issues. This was a thrilling ride and I look forward to more episodes.

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