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Miami Massacre By Don Pendleton,

  • Title: Miami Massacre
  • Author: Don Pendleton
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 356
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In Miami, the Executioner sees an opportunity to end his war in one fell swoop At the home of the mob capo of Arizona, a silhouette slips across the yard, kills two guards with a silenced pistol, and eases inside the house Mack Bolan, the ruthless sniper known as the Executioner, has come to cleanse Phoenix of Mafia rule, but the boss is not at home He s on a plane to MiIn Miami, the Executioner sees an opportunity to end his war in one fell swoop At the home of the mob capo of Arizona, a silhouette slips across the yard, kills two guards with a silenced pistol, and eases inside the house Mack Bolan, the ruthless sniper known as the Executioner, has come to cleanse Phoenix of Mafia rule, but the boss is not at home He s on a plane to Miami, to a meeting of every capo in the country, and his agenda has only one item destroy the Executioner once and for all Bolan had planned to fight his way across the country, taking out branches of the crime syndicate one by one, but the Miami summit presents a chance to destroy the Mafia with one single blow The leading lights of organized crime are being guarded by the two toughest killers the Executioner has ever faced, and the beaches of the Sunshine State will soon be awash in blood.
    Miami Massacre In Miami the Executioner sees an opportunity to end his war in one fell swoop At the home of the mob capo of Arizona a silhouette slips across the yard kills two guards with a silenced pistol and

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    1. Continuing his one man war on the Mafia, Mack Bolan no relation to Marc Bolan, of T.Rex, I presume gets whiff of a Mafia summit in the matching white belts and shoes capital of the world, so he heads to Miami to interrupt the proceedings I predict there is going to be a massacre a Miami massacre, to be precise, which is also the title of the fourth in Don Pendleton s 1970s era Executioner series.Miami Massacre benefits from actually being written by Don Pendleton, the creator of Mack Bolan, and [...]

    2. An excellent men s adventure series from the 60s, 70 s and 80 s The first 38 books are outstanding but then the series is taken over by a bunch of new writers, writing under the name of the original creator and they take the series into a new direction I did not care for The first 38 books are very recommended

    3. Another adventure in the annals of The Executioner Very good, but not as strong as the three books that preceded it Pendleton keeps things moving at a rapid fire pace literally for 192 pages Bolan has his sights set on Johnny the Musician Portocci, and hits the jackpot when he follows Portocci from Arizona to Miami where a Mafia convention is convening For Bolan a hotel filled with mobsters is like shooting fish in a barrel He just walks the halls picking em off My favorite was the guy who opens [...]

    4. When Miami Massacre was first published in 1970, it is the waning days of the Age of Aquarius and men are returning from Vietnam, finding that there are other wars to fight just as tough Bolan, earlier in the series War Against The Mafia , returns home to Los Angeles to find the Mafia has ruined his family, driven them to despair, suicide, and Known as the Executioner, Bolan declares war on all the tough guys the Mafia can muster Thus, begins one of the great Men s Adventure series of the seven [...]

    5. The Men s Adventure genre gets criticism sometimes for too much violence and sex and not much else, but this series in particular is usually a good read.I m a big fan of The Punisher, so reading these books adds another layer to the character as the character s inspiration is evident In this volume the mob is having a big meeting in Miami to decide what to do about Bolan, and he decides to crash the party What I like about the series is the fact it doesn t turn out exactly like you d expect Whil [...]

    6. A solid entry in the Executioner series Met my expectations for non stop action, adventure, and violence Fast read and addictive, I m looking forward to reading the next one Continental Contract.

    7. I just read this on a whim, as I found a stack of about 10 of these on the shelf at the town dump Being the book scrounger and cheapskate I am, I grabbed them all Hell, I figured I would read one, and if I liked it, then I had plenty to work with If not, back to the dump with them.Glad I grabbed them This is good ol fashioned pulp fiction, the days when you wrote stories without worrying about developing the characters overmuch Anything that is exciting and drives the plot forward is kept in th [...]

    8. Another violent I hate the word, but romp with Bolan infiltrating a meeting of mob head honchos that has been called to plan his demise Here he runs intodum, dum, dum okay maybe dum wasn t the best choice of sound effect for a book some may think is close to dumb anywaybut just go with it as I was saying he runs into the Talifero brothers never heard of them huh Well that s because even though they are apparntly world renound hitters they are, fictional ones Nice violent action, helps if your li [...]

    9. I don t remember this book at all so I m not sure I read it back in high school.I think Bolan should be required to tell any woman he comes in contact with that they are putting themselves in grave danger if they decide to spend any time with him.The opening action scene, the action scene at the model s house and the action scene at the first hotel he attacks were all pretty cool The car chase and shootout after leaving the model s house was another example of don t mess with Bolan s friends.I t [...]

    10. I shouldn t be so critical This series is very addictive pulp This 4th installment introduced the dreaded Talifero Brothers Polite, hippy, super enforcers They question a mob guy for hours, and oh boy does he sweat Later in the story, they torture a girl, and Mack gets sad, and then goes off like a nuclear bomb Boom These books are very fun, even the duds.Like pizza, even a bad pizza is usually edible I thought this book was kind of funny since Mack is driving his rental car around Miami with a [...]

    11. Mack moves to Florida to wreak his havoc He is using a Luger, which i don t remember and seems a strange choice.i had to look up and see if Luger made a modern modern post 1960 version or notIt wasn t re manufactured till 1991 by a Texas firmbut when i looked it up i found that it was considered a very accurate pistol and well liked It was a favorite pistol when available during the Vietnam war, which now makes sense

    12. Another great Executioner story More non stop action with Mack Bolan fighting the Mafia, this time in South Florida Looking forward to reading about Bolan s trip to Europe next If the first four stories are any indication, that one should be a blast

    13. Bought it with my Dad at Kroch s and Brentano s in Chicago Read a few but I think we fizzled out after the first ten or so Lot s of fun.

    14. It s really interesting to read these knowing where the series heads I may not have noticed where live large originated, if I hadn t known that it becomes a mantra for Bolan.

    15. Sometimes you need a book to read for entertainment without the need overthink it Good old good guy vs bad guy novel

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