Alejandro Hawk, Taming Border Towns and The Long Journey Home, met Adam Mathews in a town where the townspeople would not stand up to the outlaws that would come into the town and kill the citizens and rob them.
Adam was 12 at the time and several other boys his age, fought off the outlaws with the Hawk. Adam’s father was an outlaw wanted for murder, cattle rustling and bank robbery. He was killed by US Marshals a year earlier. Adam’s mother died around the same time. He was leaving town, that did not want him because of who his father was, when Hawk caught up with him and asked him to come to their ranch in northern California as Hawk’s son.
Adam was surprised and smiled. “I will make you proud.” Hawk hugged Adam and they left the next day for home.
Please read the Long Ride Home to find out more about how Adam became a part of the Hawk family.
After a year on the ranch Hawk received a telegram from a US Marshal that he needed the Hawk’s help.
Adam was 14 now and was tall for his age and did not look like he was 14. He went instead and that started Adam on his adventures.
Follow Adam and the Hawk family through this 20-book series as they help fight off cattle rustlers, bank robbers and outlaws that wanted to take over the towns and control the west.
Adam remembered the psalm that his Mother read to him. This is what drives him and the Hawk family.
There is a verse in Psalm 12 that reads: ‘Because the poor are plundered and the needy groan, I will now arise,” says the LORD. “I will protect them from those who malign them.’
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