A former military commander, General McKenzie Hawkins a.k.a madman the hawk, stumbles on a document granting the state of Nebraska to the Wopotami indians. Armed with this evidence the hawk transforms himself into Chief Thunderhead of the Wopotami and drags in successful lawyer Sam Devereur to argue the case at the supreme court.The thriller explodes when the US government takes on the challenge to defend its military installation in Nebraska(SAC),its pride and mostly to defend its supremacy.
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The review of this Book prepared by Goodwill Mathonsi
The Hawk, aka Colonel Mackenzie Hawkins, or in this outing Big Chief Thunderhead, is back! In this excellent comedy thriller which would also make a rib-tickling movie, the Hawk (after having infiltrated an Indian tribe called the Wopotamis) goes to the US Supreme Court by claiming back the state of Nebraska on behalf of the Wopotamis! How does he manage? A protocol from 1878 found in a dusty archive. As he hatches his devious plan, his old adversary is back, lawyer Sam Deveraux. With the assistance of Jennifer Redwing, a Native American, and assorted colleagues, they do all they can to stop the Hawk once again before he threatens national security - remember Strategic Air Command is on the land the Wopotamis want back! And so the hilarity begins. Ludlum proves his versatility once again in a unique novel which contains an arrant sense of wild, madcap humour throughout!
The review of this Book prepared by Nick Warren