A Catskill EagleBook - 1986
Susan's letter came from California: Hawk was in jail, and she was on the run. Twenty-four hours later Hawk is free, because Spenser has sprung him loose--for a brutal cross-country journey back to the East Coast. Now the two men are on a violent ride to find the woman Spenser loves, the man who took her, and the shocking reason so many people had to die. . . .
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In this novel, the plot revolves around Spenser and Hawk who rack up murder charges, a jailbreak, assault of a police officer, arson, theft, etc., all in an effort to free their beloved Susan from an man she loves. Susan has come to love two men (Spenser and Russell) for different reasons and must be free of both to make a choice. And Spenser is the one to free her from Russell and his dangerous family. Russell's family is sorely wanted by the FBI and CIA and they will offer to give aid to find Susan, plus clear Spenser and Hawk of all charges in exchange for cooperation with the Costigan clan. But IF Susan is found and freed, who will be her chosen love?
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This quote shows Spenser's undying commitment to the woman he loves:
"And when you find her? Then what?"
"Then she will be free again to come here and work with you (the shrink) until she can make the choices she wishes to make."
"And what if you are not that choice?"
"I think I will be. But I can't control that. What I can do is see that she's free to choose."
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