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Nightmare in New York explained Nightmare in New York, review Nightmare in New York, trailer Nightmare in New York, box office Nightmare in New York, analysis Nightmare in New York, Nightmare in New York 4e82 The Executioner Targets New York S Five Families, Who Are About To Go Political Mack Bolan Escapes England Unhurt But Unarmed, Praying For A Quiet Homecoming This Ex Vietnam Sniper, Whose War Against The Mafia Has Taken Him Around The Globe, Should Have Known Better Four Mob Heavies Surround Him As He Gets Off The Plane, But It Only Takes A Moment For The Man Known As T

  • Kindle Edition
  • 160 pages
  • Nightmare in New York
  • Don Pendleton
  • English
  • 05 February 2017

About the Author: Don Pendleton

Don Pendleton was born in Little Rock, Arkansas, December 12, 1927 and died October 23, 1995 in Arizona.He wrote mystery, action adventure, science fiction, crime fiction, suspense, short stories, nonfiction, and was a comic scriptwriter, poet, screenwriter, essayist, and metaphysical scholar He publishedthan 125 books in his long career, and his books have been published inthan 25 foreign languages with close to two hundred million copies in print throughout the world.After producing a number of science fiction and mystery novels, Don launched in 1969 the phenomenal Mack Bolan The Executioner, which quickly emerged as the original, definitive Action Adventure series His successful paperback books inspired a new particularly American literary genre during the early 1970 s, and Don became known as the father of action adventure Although The Executioner Series is far and away my most significant contribution to world literature, I still do not perceive myself as belonging to any particular literary niche I am simply a storyteller, an entertainer who hopes to enthrall with visions of the reader s own incipient greatness Don Pendleton s original Executioner Series are now in ebooks, published by Open Road Media 37 of the original novels Wikipedia Don Pendleton



10 thoughts on “Nightmare in New York

  1. says:

    Absolutely terrific adventure story Mack Bolan just returned from London and, before he can take a breath, the Mafia is after him As with all the books in the Executioner series, this one is an action packed fight fest, this time back in New York where Bolan singlehandedly takes on the Five Families Here, he meets his version of Charlie s Angels, three new age barely clothed knockouts who decide that the way to heal Bolan from his wounds is with body warmth therapy However, as Bolan has foun Absolutely terrific adventure story Mack Bolan just returned from London and, before he can take a breath, the Mafia is after him As with all the books in the Executioner series, this one is an action packed fight fest, this time back in New York where Bolan singlehandedly takes on the Five Families Here, he meets his version of Charlie s Angels, three new age barely clothed knockouts who decide that the way to heal Bolan from his wounds is with body warmth therapy However, as Bolan has found before, emotional entanglements are risky when he is in the middle of a war with the most ruthless of foes Some of the best scenes are where Bolan uses deception to trick his way into the Mob s money rooms and security arrangements by pretending to be one of them Some of the most shocking scenes are found here as well as the most fearsome and brutal vengeance A fun action filled story that unfortunately is only a few hours of entertainment

  2. says:

    I haven t read an Executioner book since my college days several hundred years ago so thought I might try one again, for nostalgia s sake if nothing else I actually read this particular one way back then and even remembered some parts of it this time around.I have to say, it was better than I remember and, in fact, has really stoked my interest in readingIt s easy to see why this series set the standard for the men s adventure genre I understand Mack Bolan was also the inspiration for M I haven t read an Executioner book since my college days several hundred years ago so thought I might try one again, for nostalgia s sake if nothing else I actually read this particular one way back then and even remembered some parts of it this time around.I have to say, it was better than I remember and, in fact, has really stoked my interest in readingIt s easy to see why this series set the standard for the men s adventure genre I understand Mack Bolan was also the inspiration for Marvel s Punisher character, as well

  3. says:

    Mack Bolan is immediately wounded in a gunfight with Mafia assassins upon arrival in NYC and is rescued by three hippie type chicks who nurse him back to health, unfortunately putting themselves into deep danger Typical action book heroics ensue with Bolan making a series of assaults on the five mob families of NYC The scene with Sam the Bomber and his wife was a nice touch, showing some of Bolan s humanity and compassion The final assault with Bolan infiltrating then destroying the mob compo Mack Bolan is immediately wounded in a gunfight with Mafia assassins upon arrival in NYC and is rescued by three hippie type chicks who nurse him back to health, unfortunately putting themselves into deep danger Typical action book heroics ensue with Bolan making a series of assaults on the five mob families of NYC The scene with Sam the Bomber and his wife was a nice touch, showing some of Bolan s humanity and compassion The final assault with Bolan infiltrating then destroying the mob compound on Long Island was a satisfying climax In general a good entry in the series

  4. says:

    Another action packed adventure, with Mafia busting Bolan taking on the mob in New York After scorching the criminals abroad in France and England, the Sarge attempts to re enter the US, and is spotted at the airport.Wounded, our hero encounters a trio of ladies who help the healing process after he s shot Implausible but nonetheless entertaining, from an early 70s men s novel.

  5. says:

    Pretty much what you d expect Bolan is back in New York and runs into a trio of hot young females, who promptly end up in danger due to association with him So he goes on the offense and there s plenty of action This may be the darkest in the series so far, but these aren t exactly light hearted reads so it s hard to say I am still amazed that no one ever made a Mack Bolan tv series of movie I mean we ve the seen the premise may times everything from Death Wish to the Punisher , but not an Pretty much what you d expect Bolan is back in New York and runs into a trio of hot young females, who promptly end up in danger due to association with him So he goes on the offense and there s plenty of action This may be the darkest in the series so far, but these aren t exactly light hearted reads so it s hard to say I am still amazed that no one ever made a Mack Bolan tv series of movie I mean we ve the seen the premise may times everything from Death Wish to the Punisher , but not an official Mack Bolan film With all the new content being produced, who knows, we may see Bolan on the screen yet

  6. says:

    Pendleton is the master of the sub genre, nothing else to say Bolan, unlike most characters in the genre actually seems to change based on what he feels he is forced to do So yes it is a blood and guts action novel but also a good character study as a bonus.Highly recommend of course, read them in order at least the Pendleton ones there is a overall story arc.

  7. says:

    My favourite so far reading first 39 in chronological order gritty and graphic

  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Pendleton introduces some new elements to the ongoing story but some of the plotting feels like it s retreading old ground Similar to book 5, Bolan spends the final arc of the story strategizing how to free some women who have been kidnapped by the bad guys But he also learns about the mobsters plans to level up the Mafia by forming the thing of all things, a national alliance of gangsters, businessmen, and politicians I assume future books will involve Bolan s efforts to disrupt these pla Pendleton introduces some new elements to the ongoing story but some of the plotting feels like it s retreading old ground Similar to book 5, Bolan spends the final arc of the story strategizing how to free some women who have been kidnapped by the bad guys But he also learns about the mobsters plans to level up the Mafia by forming the thing of all things, a national alliance of gangsters, businessmen, and politicians I assume future books will involve Bolan s efforts to disrupt these plans.Like in book 6, Pendleton again sidesteps the decision Bolan made at the end of book 5 to not intentionally involve others This time, Bolan is almost killed in the opening pages, and three women young, single, and beautiful, of course ally themselves with him without his consent while he is unconscious and subsequently bedridden in order to save his life and nurse him back to health So when one of them eventually gets tortured and killed, hey, it wasn t Bolan s fault he never asked for their help, right What was most interesting to me from a storytelling perspective is how Pendleton juggles the ingredients of his formula given the space limitations for this book Unlike most of the books, here we never meet the big cop who s heading up the local get Bolan taskforce Instead we spendtime with the mobsters Bolan even cozies up to one of them and gets him to quit the Mafia Aww, so heartwarming.One of the strangest new additions to the Bolan epic is his poop book I shit you not pun intended , Pendleton out of nowhere introduces Bolan s poop book, a little journal where he keeps useful information on the mob s comings and goings My best guess is this is another name for a nautical log book, maybe As in, the poop deck on a boat Anyway, as someone who has tracked his Bristol Stool Chart numbers in a spreadsheet, far be it from me to criticize Bolan for doing the same

  9. says:

    The Executioner series is mindless, but oh so satisfying fun, and this one is no exception, though it is farbrutal than the six before it.Pendleton s Executioner, who is the inspiration for Marvel s Punisher, has long declared a one man war on organized crime He finds them and he kills them until now As his identity crisis continues, Mack Bolan the Executioner is trying to determine whether or not he has gone too far in his war, and when he attempts to reconnect with his humanity h The Executioner series is mindless, but oh so satisfying fun, and this one is no exception, though it is farbrutal than the six before it.Pendleton s Executioner, who is the inspiration for Marvel s Punisher, has long declared a one man war on organized crime He finds them and he kills them until now As his identity crisis continues, Mack Bolan the Executioner is trying to determine whether or not he has gone too far in his war, and when he attempts to reconnect with his humanity he sometimes regrets it though not always, as shown in one very surprising scene That adds a twist that has only been hinted at before, but now becomes fardeveloped here in book seven of the series The story, which finds Bolan in New York and on the run after a botched assassination attempt on him at the airport, ends on a very appropriate note as Bolan makes several organized crime families and Senators pay Evencompelling is the hint of what s to come for the man Nightmare in New York is a turning point in the series, and it is a welcome one, too

  10. says:

    Mac Bolan is on a flight that lands in New York, a return flight from England He is greeted at the gate of his flight by a party of four professional hitman, all determined to make sure he does not enter the city He is shot in two places and is losing a lot of blood He escapes to a nearby office complex and is aided by three women working in an office on the lower floor of the building The women nurse him to health, and he is back on the road to complete his mission Then he discovers that t Mac Bolan is on a flight that lands in New York, a return flight from England He is greeted at the gate of his flight by a party of four professional hitman, all determined to make sure he does not enter the city He is shot in two places and is losing a lot of blood He escapes to a nearby office complex and is aided by three women working in an office on the lower floor of the building The women nurse him to health, and he is back on the road to complete his mission Then he discovers that the women have been kidnapped Buy a powerful and demented mafia boss, and he decides to rescue them despite the bounty on his head

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