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Hawk Carse

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Author: Anthony Gilmore (Hiram Gilmore Bates, D.W. Hall)
Published: 1931
Language: English
Wordcount: 19,441 / 64 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 80.1
LoC Category: PZ
Series: Space Hawk
Downloads: 2,388
Added to site: 2009.10.22 25613

One of the spectacular exploits of Hawk Carse, greatest of space adventurers.

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ed up into the heavens, abandoning the boxes of horn without further fight.

"Runnin' foh it! Scared stiff!" muttered Friday, unholy joy in his gleaming eyes. He looked at the figure at the stick. "Follow 'em now, suh, an' wear out their projectors?"

Carse thoughtfully smoothed his bangs with his free hand. "Plenty of time for that," he said patiently. "Some of the men on the ranch may still be alive: we must care for them. I'm going to land. Tell the engineer to keep watch through the electelscope on that ship. I'll start overtaking it shortly."

"Funny our rays didn't ha'm 'em," Friday ruminated aloud. "Ain't no ordinary craft, that. No, suh, they's more in this heah business than hits yo' eyes!"

"Now you're getting cynical, Eclipse," the Hawk said dryly.

* * * * *

A quarter-mile-square block of land had been fenced off as a corral for the ninety-head herd of bull phantis Carse kept on Iapetus. These creatures resembled mostly the old ostrich of Earth, but grew no fea

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JoJo Biggins

Swashbuckling. Juvenile. Ancient. Terrible.



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