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Red Hawk Rising

Peter William Hall

It's the 60s during the Cold War, and Corporal Andy Hill is posted to RAF West Sanby as part of the technical team evaluating the new British surface to air missile programme, Red Hawk. While there, however, he has higher-authority additional orders to covertly investigate systems and personnel involved in the programme and to close down security weaknesses which had already resulted in leaked information to the Russians. In doing this, Corporal Hill goes up against an old enemy, the Russian, Major Garasov, whose desire for personal revenge is frustrated by Andy's successes in foiling KGB attempts to gain vital knowledge needed to enable Soviet control of the Red Hawk.

Corporal Hill's budding romance has to take second place as he remains steadfast in his duty to his country and he never wavers until the job is done.

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Peter Hall was born in 1939 into a military family and joined the RAF in 1955 as a ‘Trenchard Brat' like his father before him. He served in different commands and a variety of units both in the UK and in Australia, leaving the RAF in 1963. Peter emigrated to Australia and had a career in management services. He travelled widely in Australia and overseas, including the USSR and China. Peter also lived and worked with Australian Aboriginal communities in Central Australia and Queensland. He is an ordained minister in the Christian faith and actively involved in ex-service organisations.