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The Ramage Hawk by John Pilkington
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The Ramage Hawk

by John Pilkington

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0727860879, Hardcover)

Thomas the Falconer tracks down a hawk and a lady
In the summer of 1590, Thomas is sent to help Sir Giles Buckridge train a wild ramage hawk. But the hawk disappears, as does Sir Giles's eldest daughter, and Thomas is set on her trail. But before he finds her, Thomas gets embroiled in yet another hunt. There's a hidden hoard of Spanish ducats to be found, and it's attracting the attention of a pair of exceptionally ruthless criminals.

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After mysterious, ruthless men dig up the grounds of Lady Euphemia's house and turn her house upside down, Thomas discovers that they are searching for a fortune in Spanish ducats, stolen from under the nose of Sir Francis Drake. His task is to recover this extraordinary fortune.… (more)

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