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Stand-Alone Title
Eyes of the Hawk

by Elmer Kelton
Apr 1, 2014
5 Hours
Ages 13+
“Eyes of the Hawk was inspired by an old Texas legend about an embittered father who swore to kill the town that had killed his son, and let vengeance turn him into the man he hated most.” —Elmer Kelton

No one wants you to tamper with a legend, especially by telling the truth.

So begins the story of a proud man named Thomas Canfield. He is descended from the earliest Texas pioneers and has inherited their courage and fortitude. To the Mexican citizens of Stonehill, Texas, he is “El Gavilán”—the Hawk—so called for the fire in his eyes, especially when confronted by the likes of Branch Isom. This insolent, dangerous newcomer intends to build his fortune at Canfield’s expense but underestimates his opponent. When a deadly feud ensues, the town of Stonehill heads toward a day of reckoning and the creation of a legend.

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Director & Cast

Director Terence Aselford
Starring Terence Aselford, Michael John Casey, Evan Casey, Bobby Aselford, Andy Clemence, Elizabeth Jernigan, David Harris, Nora Achrati, Scott McCormick, David Coyne, Kimberly Gilbert, Thomas Penny, Bradley Smith, David Jourdan, Lily Beacon, Jeff Allin, Tim Carlin, Drew Kopas, Christopher Graybill, Tim Pabon, Richard Rohan, Joe Brack, Nanette Savard, Casie Platt and Mort Shelby
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Timothy Lynch
Dialogue Editors John Glennon and George Gordon
Sound Designers John Glennon and George Gordon
Additional Original Music Johann Dettweiler, John Glennon, Joshua Lilly and Serpico Foster
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Eye of the hawk by robert (Posted on 10/8/2015)
Great story told well
Just a Good Story by Wayne (Posted on 10/30/2014)
This western is just a good story. The synopsis makes you think its going to be this vicious western about a man who loses his son. It takes 4 hours to get to that point. Like I said its a good story, but be prepared to go at a very slow pace. I think some of the other Elmer Kelton's are much better than this one. It's not bad but it's just slow.
Eyes of the Hawk by Ricky (Posted on 3/18/2014)
Great Book

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