The Enemy Within is book eight in the Hawk series by author Dan Streib. Michael Hawk is the James Bond of journalists. He is a smart investigator who is brave enough to encounter danger in the search for truth. In this novel Hawk feels compelled to aid an important friend, American President Warren Stone. President Stone seems to have lost his sanity, and is therefore incapable of leading. The world erupts into chaos at the hands of opportunistic global opponents. Worried over his friend, country, and the threat of nuclear holocaust, Hawk puts his journalistic skills to work as an array of intelligent agencies (and a dangerous blonde) try to thwart him. Chris Sorensen’s suave voice narrates this movie-worthy action drama.
Hawk is faced with the most calamitous case of his danger-ridden career. His friend, President Warren Stone, is losing his sanity - and control of the country.
The streets are in turmoil. The Russians are advancing on the Mid-East oil fields. And Hawk’s being shot at from all sides: the FBI, the CIA, the KGB, and a golden-haired beauty.
It’s Hawk’s job to discover if the President’s loss of sanity is for real, or it it’s been brought on by a deadly enemy within - before the world is engulfed by the fireball of a nuclear holocaust.
Michael Hawk is an investigative journalist with a knack for getting the scoop. Part Anderson Cooper, part Indiana Jones, with all of James Bond’s magnetic charm, he saves the day and gets the girl in the end.
©1981 Dan Streib (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
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