City Hawk : The Story of Pale Male

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Based on the true story of a red-tailed hawk that nests on the ledge of a building on New Yorks Fifth Avenue, this picture book brings to life a tale of family, perseverance, and big-city living. A portion of the proceeds of this title will be donated by the publisher to New York City Audubon. Full

Pale Male and the Infertile Girl - eBook

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A young couple inherits a 10 million-dollar apartment on Fifth Avenue, and soon after the windowsill becomes inhabited by Central Park’s famous red-tailed hawk. The novella follows the general chronology of Pale Male’s nesting and controversial eviction from one of the most exclusive buildings in Manhattan. A finance executive and his heiress girlfriend give a glimpse into the lives of wealthy Upper East Siders. As the birds proliferate, the power couple is torn apart by their inability to conceive a child. An intriguing tale of infertility and infidelity that challenges the ideas of matrimony and monogamy. A classic New York

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Clan Malloc was born in London England. (Alan Mccoll writing as Clan Malloc). Growing up as a child in London during "The Blitz," he had a near-miss with a "Doodle Bug" (Flying Bomb) which leveled a whole block of apartments in his neighborhood. (Alan Mccoll writing as Clan Malloc) He was then evacuated to Palmore, an estate near London, as a companion to Prince Leika of the displaced Royal Family of Albania. At sixteen he hitch-hiked in post war Spain, France and Germany. After a stint in the British RAF, he emigrated to the United States. He flew antique aircraft