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Sign of the hawk

Sign of the hawk

Brand, Max, 1892-1944, author; Brand, Max, 1892-1944; Harding, Jeff, narrator

The stallion Sedgewick is considered a man-killer, in 'The Singular Horseman'. He belongs to Elena Casimir-Jones, and she absolutely refuses to have him destroyed. Dyke Vincent, a young rider frustrated with all the talk about Sedgewick, sets out to ride the stallion and prove everyone wrong. In 'Sign of the Hawk,' a hawk made of feathers is left pinned to Handsome Harry Delancey's unconscious victims. No one knows him, and no one can find him witht he exception of Li Wo, who raised him. By night Delancey is an outlaw, and by day Ching Wo is a pious Chinese youth. He has never seriously harmed anyone while taking their money. But when Li Wo learns that Malcolm Foster, a former ship's captain, is coming to the area, he asks his son to commit murder

CD, CD, Audiobook. English. Western.
Published Oxford: ISIS Audio Books, 2016
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Statement of responsibility: Max Brand
ISBN: 1445047152, 9781445047157
Performers: Read by Jeff Harding.
Physical Description: 6 compact discs (6 hr., 20 min.) : digital, stereo
Publisher Number: SBCD160101
Subject: Western stories.; Audiobooks.
Uniform Title: Novels. Selections


  1. Sign of the hawk
  2. The singular horseman.