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Publisher's Summary

In this sequel to Flight of the Old Dog, master of suspense Dale Brown reassembles special operations team Old Dog Zero One to rescue one of their own. David Luger, a crewman who was presumed killed, has actually come out of a coma only to face the death penalty for crimes against the Soviet state. Brad Elliott and Patrick McLanahan lead an assault team to rescue Luger - but they find themselves caught up in a larger crisis when they cross paths with a Soviet officer who defects with 6,000 officers to form Lithuania's first army of independence. This crisis could explode into full-scale war...but the men of the Old Dog have plans of their own.
©1992 Dale F. Brown, Incorporated (P)1992 Dove Audio, Inc.

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Terrible audio quality on multiple devices.

Is almost indecipherable in places. Multiple downloads don't help. I often enjoy Dale Brown, but not this title from Audible. Advise skipping this.

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  • 09-30-13

poor reader

What disappointed you about Night of the Hawk?

I should know better to buy abridged readings of books I have read. They cut most of the story and it leaves it empty.

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

Same as when I read it.

Would you be willing to try another one of Joseph Campanella’s performances?

No, It was pathetic

What character would you cut from Night of the Hawk?

None

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Good Book

The story was great but the different voices used to identify the different characters was not. The southern draws and nasally voices diminished the enjoyable experience.

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Now that’s what I am talking about!

Dale Brown is the Man. I love his books. The Mc Clanahan series is his favorite books for me. Flight of the old dog is my number 1 and in a very close 2nd Tin Man.

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No chapters

There were no chapters dividing up the book.
I listen mostly at night and always use the
“end of chapter” as my stopping point.

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Decent story horrible performance

I love dale brown books but I could not get past the poor audio quality and the horrible performance by the audio book reader. Incredibly annoying, he did all these wacky extreme voices that made him hard to understand and the voices distracted from the story.

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  • 09-25-18

I. Hate doing bad reviews but ....

I enjoyed the first book, but I could not finish this one ......
To be fair to the author it may have just been the way it was read
The reader made all the radio calls sound like a 1960 bad war movie
There were a lot of radio calls!
It felt like he was reading a story to a 10 year old
Ive been a customer of audible for over 12 years, and this is only the second book I have given a bad report