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Friday, June 12, 2015

Mack Bolan: "Payback"

“Payback” (Mack Bolan)
By Michael A. Black.
Gold Eagle Books
ISBN #978-0373615711
Price $6.99
315 Pages
Rating 5-Stars

Mack Bolan and Jack Grimaldi are sent to Arizona to look into The Wolves, a biker organization believed to be running drugs, guns, and people across the border. There’s also something going on with a weapons company named GDF that might be supplying the Mexican drug cartel with advanced weaponry. It also might tie in with a couple raids The Executioner had headed into Mexico, where the cartel was tipped off before the raid, and then another team beat the Executioner to the area. Someone in high office might be leaking their movements to someone else.

This was another topnotch adventure of Mack Bolan. This time he may be up against super soldiers; men enhanced with a super drug to give them great strength and speed. Author Michal A. Black has walked the walk, and knows the ugly business first hand. It’s good to see the Executioner series written by someone who has been there and knows the score. Readers who like great action stories with a good plot and interesting characters will find “Payback” an exciting read. Highly recommended.

Tom Johnson

Detective Mystery Stories

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