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Battle Cry

by Don Pendleton

A group of homegrown Scottish terrorists guns down an American businessman in the name of their cause-free Scotland from England, whatever the cost. But something more sinister lurks below the surface, and Mack Bolan is called in to stop them before they strike again.There is only one way to bring this group to its knees-destroy whoever is funding them. But before justice can be served, Bolan will have to penetrate the benefactor's heavily guarded fortress overlooking Loch Ness.Whatever the risks, this band of extremists and their puppet master must fall, and the Executioner is determined to be the last man standing.

Battle Mask

by Don Pendleton

With a new face and an old foe, the Executioner sets out to avenge his friends Of the ten members of Mack Bolan's death squad, formed to take the war against the Mafia to a bloody new level, seven are dead and two are in jail. Only Bolan, the crack sniper known as the Executioner, remains. There is a $100,000 bounty on his head, and every cop in Los Angeles is on his tail. After narrowly escaping a Mafia assault on his hideout, Bolan decides to lose his greatest liability: his face. With the help of a former army surgeon, Bolan's chiseled jaw and steely eyes are transformed into the features of someone unrecognizable--and decidedly Sicilian. With trademark cunning, Bolan infiltrates the syndicate that butchered his friends, cozying up to the boss's daughter in search of vengeance. Soon his new face, like the one before it, will strike terror into the hearts of mafiosi everywhere.

Beirut Payback

by Don Pendleton

Is Beirut burning? Mack Bolan learns that archenemy Greb Strakhov is in Lebanon. The Executioner has a personal vendetta with the KGB terror merchant. Bolan's mission is twofold: to settle the score with Strakhov, and to avenge the 240 U.S. Marines who lie dead in the wake of a suicide-bomber attack. A single life lost is unacceptable to Bolan. But not even the combat-hardened Executioner is prepared for the utter carnage he finds in Beirut. There, Death respects no barriers. In a conflict in which none of the warring factions seem to want peace, Bolan knows what he has to do. Make sure that the savages instigating the strife are silenced --forever!

Betrayed

by Don Pendleton

Working toward peace in the Middle East, Dr. Sharif Mahoud is being hunted by terrorists. The Oval Office sends Mack Bolan to get him to safety, but hostile forces dog Bolan's every move, as the enemy will do whatever it takes to turn a profit on blood and suffering.

Black Death Reprise

by Don Pendleton

The search for a missing virologist leads Mack Bolan to a cult with a horrific agenda. An order of monks has emerged as a new force of unprecedented terror. Legend has it that the centuries-old brotherhood was the mastermind of the Black Death. Reborn as a fully modern paramilitary organization with cells across the globe, the order is ready to unleash a new plague upon the world. With ritualistic precision, forty couriers of death will be deployed to major cities. Bolan's race to stop the unthinkable takes him from the U. S. to Australia. The Executioner must find the source before a designer disease with its roots in history's darkest nightmare causes untold human suffering.

Blind Justice

by Don Pendleton

An undercover Seattle cop is in hot water after discovering that a U.S. senator and a Russian mob boss are in business together. But with his fellow officers on the senator's payroll, the detective has no one to trust and nowhere to hide-until he runs into Mack Bolan.While fleeing dirty cops who want to silence him, the police officer is nearly hit by Bolan's SUV. The desperate detective is shot and collapses. Bolan rescues the injured man and takes up his fight. But the killers are relentless and the warrior may be too late to save the two people who can tell him where the evidence has been hidden: the officer's wife and young son. Fired on at each turn and with the body count growing, the Executioner knows he must stop the corruption at the source-before more innocent lives are lost.

Blood and Fire

by Don Pendleton

A new designer drug, Jamaican Flake, has begun appearing in the United states, primarily in Miami and New York. The DEA has had no luck in capturing any but the lowest-level street dealers of the new drug and fears that there is a traitor in their midst. The problem has been brought to the attention of the President, who, in turn, has asked for the help of Stony Man Farm. Mack Bolan accepts the assignment and, beginning in New York, begins to track down and eliminate the members of the Jamaican Posses who are distributing the drug. But he knows that the only way to stop the importation of the drug is to eliminate the source, a bogus pharmaceuticals company in Jamaica. Violence. 221st novel in the "Executioner" series, 1997.

Blood Circle

by Don Pendleton

Igor Baibakov is a seven-foot-tall instrument of death. Narrowly escaping termination by Mack Bolan in a previous offensive, this killer is discovered leading terrorist sorties in war-torn Sarajevo. In a united effort to stop the giant's brand of butchery, the U.S. and Russia join forces, sending Bolan and a female GRU agent on Baibakov's trail. But the grim picture darkens when American soil becomes the new killing ground. The former Spetsnaz soldier will stop at nothing until he gets Bolan's head. But as the two warriors face off in a final showdown, the Executioner vows that Baibakov will get nothing except the rewards of evil. Violence. 227th novel in the "Executioner" series, 1997.

Blood Harvest

by Don Pendleton

Synopsis: Bodies are turning up in New Orleans, some dead, some alive, all missing one or more internal organs. Mack Bolan is sent to investigate and quickly discovers a highly organized operation that is kidnapping people, harvesting their organs and selling them. Bolan's investigation leads him from the streets of the French Quarter, deep into the bayou and to a final confrontation on an off-shore oil-drilling platform. Violence. 213th novel in the "Executioner" series, 1996.

Blood Heat Zero (Executioner #90)

by Don Pendleton

Mack Bolan, exhausted by the firestorm that is his life, decides to take a well-deserved R and R. But instead of some tropical resort, the Executioner plans to challenge nature's whims in the depths of an Icelandic glacier. On a perilous trip beneath the polar ice cap, he makes a discovery so startling it is tantamount to an act of war. And the innocent vacation becomes a hunt -- with Bolan as the prey.

Blood Rites

by Don Pendleton

BAD BLOOD A gun battle between rival gangs terrorizes shoppers at a Miami mall, but Mack Bolan knows that cleaning up the mess in Florida is just the beginning. One gang's main operation leads back to Jamaica, where its drug trafficking business is flourishing. And so is the practice of voodoo and human sacrifice. Infiltrating the gang on its own territory is a deadly challenge. With most of the island on the cartel's payroll or too afraid to come forward, Bolan's only ally is a Kingston police officer. But no matter the odds, the Executioner will do whatever it takes to bring down the drug lord and his army of killers.

Blood Tide

by Don Pendleton

INFILTRATE AND DESTROYMack Bolan's hard probe against pirates raiding, looting and murdering in the Asian Pacific reveals a plot of holy terror: an army of religious fanatics is planning a gruesome jihad against Western invaders.Hopped up on homegrown hash, the enemy fights hard, wages war and follows the orders of a mysterious, charismatic leader. Bolan knows his best and only shot is to go undercover as a fellow fanatic, a convert born of hate in the killing fields of Kosovo.Joining the ranks and preparing to lead the slaughter, the Executioner uncovers a deadly conspiracy that chills his blood. Much bigger than piracy in the Asian shipping lanes, it's a working plan to explode dirty bombs in every major port in the Pacific.

Blood Tide (Executioner #326)

by Don Pendleton Chuck Rogers

INFILTRATE AND DESTROY Mack Bolan's hard probe against pirates raiding, looting and murdering in the Asian Pacific reveals a plot of holy terror: an army of religious fanatics is planning a gruesome jihad against Western invaders. Hopped up on homegrown hash, the enemy fights hard, wages war and follows the orders of a mysterious, charismatic leader. Bolan knows his best and only shot is to go undercover as a fellow fanatic, a convert born of hate in the killing fields of Kosovo. Joining the ranks and preparing to lead the slaughter, the Executioner uncovers a deadly conspiracy that chills his blood. Much bigger than piracy in the Asian shipping lanes, it's a working plan to explode dirty bombs in every major port in the Pacific.

Blood Toll

by Don Pendleton

Tensions are at an all-time high when Chinese and American fighter jets engage each other over the island of Taiwan. As diplomats point fingers, the situation behind the scenes grows dire. Intelligence reports indicate a terrorist group--backed by highranking offi cials in the Chinese government--has established itself on U. S. soil. Using hi-tech jammers, the terrorists have blocked all communication with the outside world. With the city of Honolulu under siege and the death toll climbing, there's only one man who can take the enemy down. Going in alone, Mack Bolan infiltrates the terror cell. Another Pearl Harbor is at stake. This time China may have started the war, but the Executioner is determined to end it.

Blood Vendetta

by Don Pendleton

An American hacker becomes target number one after she accesses the account of a Russian mob boss, revealing his organization's terror plot against the U.S. by taking out its satellite system. She knows two things: they're coming for her and she's out of her league.Having the intel the hacker stumbled into could prevent millions of deaths, and Mack Bolan is determined to find her before the Russians do. There's only one problem. No one knows what she looks like. And when one of her friends compromises her location in London, the Executioner knows he must make his final move and end this high-stakes game of hide and seek...one way or the other.

Body Armor

by Don Pendleton

Mack Bolan has had plenty of enemies in the past, but none more formidable than the Juggernauts. Special helmets, body armor and superior hardware make these warriors impervious to bullets and steel. Their tactics are simple, direct and violent. They are well trained and highly motivated. And, so far, unstoppable. While the identity and agenda of these state-of-the-art storm troopers remain uncertain, they are an indestructible force, crushing everyone in their path--cops, criminals and civilians. And America knows that only one man stands a chance against the Juggernauts. The Executioner. Violence. 225th novel in the "Executioner" series, 1997.

The Bone Yard (Executioner #75)

by Don Pendleton

There's a wild card in Vegas. The Mafia, the Japanese yakuza and the Vegas Old Guard each want control of the city. Mack Bolan is the new player and he's dealing in death, with skills learned in a hell called Nam and honed to a sharp edge in the urban jungle. To shave the odds the Executioner pulls a Joker from the deck, Tommy Anders. The game is down to one last hand - winner takes all.

Border Offensive

by Don Pendleton

Blood Toll American smugglers intent on running terrorists across the Mexican border don't realize that the extra man they've picked up en route is working undercover to stop them. Or that the man is Mack Bolan and he's dedicated to preventing their treacherous human cargo from ever reaching the U.S.Partnered with a border patrol agent, Bolan needs to come up with a Plan B fast when their covers are blown...or risk the country coming under a devastating terror attack. The Executioner is setting up his own form of border patrol and no one is crossing without his permission.

Border War (Executioner #343)

by Don Pendleton

MEXICAN STANDOFF Mack Bolan makes a hard probe into the ritualized execution of four U.S. border patrol agents and a U.S. Marshal. His target is a cartel across the border with a hand in just about every illegal activity-drugs, guns, whatever produces lots of easy dinero. Convinced that there are treasonous Americans in the mix, Bolan becomes a one-man blitzkrieg across the Rio Grande, kicking butt and taking names. He goes undercover as one of the best of the worst, infiltrating the mercenaries who've sold themselves and their country for a taste of power and money. The Executioner is hungry, too, but for a different kind of meal: cold, hard

Boston Blitz

by Don Pendleton

When his brother is kidnapped, the Executioner goes berserk When the Pittsfield Mafia destroyed Mack Bolan's family, the only survivor was his brother Johnny--a wide-eyed teen not prepared for life on the front lines of a war against the mob. Before he began his assault on organized crime, Mack sent Johnny into hiding along with Mack's fiancée, Val. Now they've been kidnapped by an enterprising thug who thinks he can use the Executioner's family against him. The Boston mob will pay for his mistake. The city's Mafia has splintered into factions, and Bolan is about to blow them wide open. He starts by marching into a few mob hangouts, killing the man in charge and demanding his brother back. When he learns that Johnny and Val might be dead, he loses it completely. When he's being cautious, the Executioner is the deadliest man in America. Angry, he's more trouble than an atomic bomb.

Breakout

by Don Pendleton

FREEDOM BROKERS When notorious killers and drug lords break out of a maximum security penitentiary, it soon becomes clear that these weren't escapes; they were highly organized rescues. A covert organization is selling prison "insurance," promising to bust criminals out of jail for a hefty price. With the justice system in shambles, the President is on the verge of declaring martial law-until Mack Bolan steps in. Undercover as a rival insurance salesman, Bolan hires his own team of con men. Establishing himself as a major player in the ''criminal relocation'' business should bring him face-to-face with the operation's kingpin. He'll need more than his war skills to destroy this ruthless businessman. But when the Executioner sets up shop, he won't back down until he obliterates the competition.

California Hit

by Don Pendleton

The Executioner comes to California to make the hills of San Francisco run red with blood San Francisco is the most photogenic city in America, with rolling hills, clanging trolleys, and all the charm that Northern California has to offer. But it is also the nation's pornography capital, and for that it has drawn the attention of Mack Bolan, the Executioner, whose one-man war against the Mafia grows more merciless with every battle. He reopens the fight at a nightclub, launching a satchel of high explosives into a meeting of local mobsters. Just before it detonates, he notices a delicate young beauty walking into the club. He yanks her away from the blast, delaying his own escape and bringing the full firepower of the San Francisco mob down onto himself. She offers him a way out, but will it lead to safety--or an ambush? Either way, the Executioner will be ready.

Call to Arms

by Don Pendleton

A cross-country crusade against a paramilitary group in America now brings Mack Bolan back to the Everglades, where a force of ultra conservatives is unleashing an all-out assault against their homeland. But a greater conspiracy lies beneath the violence that's sweeping America. One of her patriotic sons has betrayed his country to Middle Eastern enemies, who are pulling the strings of their U.S. puppets. The penalty for treason is death. Mack Bolan is the Executioner. Violence. 224th novel in the "Executioner" series, third novel in the "American Trilogy," 1997.

Canadian Crisis

by Don Pendleton

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.

Capital Offensive

by Don Pendleton

STONY MAN. Dedicated to a seek-and-destroy mandate when presidential directive sends them into the heat of battle, the cyber and commando teams of Stony Man hit hard and fast to remove threats of global magnitude. Now a secret terrorist organization has hacked its way into defense satellites--opening a trapdoor to Hell. . . CAPITAL OFFENSIVE. America stands virtually defenseless as global security is compromised and nations prepare for the final conflagration that will end civilization. Stony Man gets a lead on a rogue Argentinean general and his twisted vision of a scorched and reborn planet Earth, but tracking the technology and the masters of destruction is a race where seconds count. . . and the loser will be humanity itself.

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