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Arizona Ambush (The Executioner No. 31) (1977)

by Don Pendleton

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This review is written with a GPL 3.0 license and the rights contained therein shall supersede all TOS by any and all websites in regards to copying and sharing without proper authorization and permissions. Crossposted at Bookstooge.booklikes.blogspot.wordpress.leafmarks.com by express permission of this reviewer Title: Arizona Ambush Series: The Executioner Author: Don Pendleton Rating: 3 of 5 Stars Genre: Thriller Pages: 124 Synopsis: Mack is tracking down the Mafia lords as they raise their heads and he's cutting them off. Only this time, he gets a hold of a Potential Presidential Contender who's caught between the Cosa Nostra and the Kosher Nostra. And said PPC is dirty as sin but no Mafia member. My Thoughts: Once again Bolan must deal with someone who is entangled with the Mafia while not being of the Mafia. It is starting to play havoc with his goals and rules he has set for himself. This book reminded me a lot more of the Punisher than of Mack Bolan. In this Mack takes out who he has to, after giving those not of the Mafia a warning. If they ignore it, he takes them out. The focus is shifting from Bolan killing the Mafia to realizing there are other threats out there. He's still only killing them, but he's not so blinkered to the realities of a flawed world. " ( )
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When the mob opens up a drug pipeline, the Executioner comes to shut it off Far from the lights of the city, in the desert near the Mexican border, the mob has erected a sprawling compound where planes can land undetected. This will be the heart of the Arizona corridor-a drug-smuggling route that will dwarf even the infamous French connection. And Mack Bolan will kill to keep the operation off the ground. Wearing a black jumpsuit, his belt full of ammunition, the Executioner plans to make Arizona the new front in his war against organized crime. He has spent days cataloging the Mafia heavies who come and go from the compound in the desert, and now he is ready to strike. Two mob factions are working together in Arizona-and Mack Bolan will ensure that they destroy each other.… (more)

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