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Canadian Crisis 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.tumblr.com by express permission of this reviewer Title: Canadian Crisis Series: The Executioner Author: Don Pendleton Rating: 3 of 5 Stars Genre: Thriller Pages: 123 Synopsis: The freaking residents of Quebec, guided by the hidden hand of the Mafia, are agitating for an independent state. Little do the stupid pinheads know that they are only setting the stage for a Mafia Country, a World Headquarters of Crime. Thankfully, Mack Bolan knows that what is good for the Mafia is bad for Canada AND the United States. My Thoughts: Mack saves Canada from the damned Quebecois and in the process gets to kill a ton of Mafia dons. All the action and adventure takes place in a hotel riddled with secret passages and Bolan makes the most of them. Posing as a Mafia Enforcer, he uses his status to get in the midst of them and with the help of the passages, appear to be in 2 places at once. This was a good read. When the 9mil and the 44magnum get going, the action is a full frontal assault that doesn't stop until it is over. blam, Blam, BLAM! " ( )
  BookstoogeLT | Dec 10, 2016 |
Not the greatest Executioner story, but I'm sure it can't be the worst.
Bolan should stay out of international politics and stick to shooting Mafia goons. ( )
  wpschlitz | Oct 20, 2008 |
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With the help of a Canadian operative, the Executioner defends Montreal In a grimy bistro on the north side of Buffalo, a few American mobsters are dining with a Canadian contact when death bursts through the door. His eyes icy, his clothes pitch black, Mack Bolan takes out every American at the table but lets the Canadian live. Andre Chebleu is an undercover operative who has come across the border to infiltrate the American syndicate, and Mack Bolan will need his help if he is going to save Canada from the mob. His endless war against the forces of the Mafia have made most of America unsafe for organized crime, so Bolan's enemies have set their sights on Quebec, where radical separatists have destabilized the local government. Only Bolan and Chebleu can rescue Montreal from chaos and save the Great White North from becoming a living hell.… (more)

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