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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.com by express permission of this reviewer   Synopsis Mack drops into Texas to make a lightning raid, only to find the Mafia in the midst of a plan to take over Texas and make it an independent country, with them running things!   My Thoughts Now we start to see Mack getting involved in things that have a wider, almost international, scope. No longer is he taking out individual Mafia leaders, but is taking out dangers to the country and to the world.   There is also a distinct down turn in the amount of time Bolan spends rhapsodizing about how he knows he has to die sometime so today is as good as any day to fight the good fight to the hilt. Instead, he just goes in, guns blazing, with some serious firepower.   I think that things are such that everyone, the writer, the reader, the publisher, all know that this is about the guns, the actions, the swift and lethal execution of Justice upon the guilty. Everything that could be said by and about Mack has been said. Now we sit back and just enjoy an action thriller.   Rating: 3 of 5 Stars Author: Don Pendleton " ( )
  BookstoogeLT | Dec 10, 2016 |
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In the oil fields of Texas, the Executioner discovers a daring Mafia plot The plane comes in low, dropping its sole passenger on the edge of the oilfield known as Klingman's Wells. Wearing all black, his chest crisscrossed with ammunition, Mack Bolan begins his assault on the facility. With his two favorite pistols and a handful of grenades, he cripples this mob-run drilling site, causing enough chaos to allow him to escape unharmed-and rescue the kidnapped woman who is trapped inside. Bolan's one-man war against organized crime has hamstrung the mob's gambling operations and stopped its corruption of Washington. Desperate for funds, the syndicate has infiltrated the Texas oil industry, starting with Klingman's Wells. To save the Lone Star State from mob rule, the Executioner hits one Mafia stronghold after another in a tornado of destruction that is appropriately Texas size.… (more)

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