Call Down the Hawk: The Special Agents

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Trafford Publishing, 2005 - Fiction - 372 pages
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(A sequel to Call Down the Hawk: The Bryan Factor, Trafford Publishing, 2004)

When Seth Cane, small town Oklahoma lawyer took his daughter to enter her into school in Washington D.C., on March 2 of 1913, he couldn't have anticipated being recruited to go undercover to Mexico City to investigate allegations that the U.S. Ambassador might have been active in overthrow of the government there and possibly involved in the murder of the president and vice-president.

He and his friend Handsome Comfort, a former Texas Ranger are sent to Mexico to give the American President and Secretary of State some answers. They use the cover of seeking claims against the Mexican government for Americans killed in the ten day fighting to overthrow the Francisco Madero by General Victoriano Huerta.

The situation is complicated by the Mexican dictator's regime being under attack by three disparate rebel armies.

In Mexico only a few days they find themselves involved in revolutionary activities and in addition, contending with the dictator, Huerta's secret police. All of which are distractions from their delicate mission to investigate their host's connections with the overthrow and murder of the former president.

 

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About the author (2005)

Richard Folmar lives in Santa Fe, N.M. He is a veteran of WWII and post war Korea. Since leaving the service he has been a writer for most of his life, beginning as a cub reporter on the Oklahoma City Times and then six years with the Oklahoma Legislative Council Service, a research and bill drafting agency. In addition to many research publications such as: Piecemeal Amendment of the Constitution of New Mexico 1911-1996; Legislative Apportionment in New Mexico, 1844-1966; and contributions to text books on New Mexico Government. He also wrote freelance articles in the former Empire Magazine of the Denver Post. Call Down the Hawk - The Special Agents, is the second, printed by Trafford, of three historical novels of the period 1912-1915.

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