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Richard Hawke

Richard Hawke

Richard Hawke Biography

Hawke was born and raised in the heart of a major American city in the Industrial South. The fire to become a writer ignited for the boy at an early age, most particularly with his multiple devourings of the DC comics Batman series as well as the Howard Pyle rendition of 'Robin Hood', both being stories of audacious outsiders taking whatever drastic or heroic efforts are necessary in order to put wrong back to right. Hawke lives in New York City.


Series Order

  1. Speak of the Devil (2006)
  2. Cold Day in Hell (2007)
  3. House of Secretsl (2020)

Richard Hawke is a pseudonym of Tim Cockey.

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