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  • 160 pages
  • Nightmare in New York (The Executioner, #7)
  • Don Pendleton
  • English
  • 19 October 2017

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10 thoughts on “Nightmare in New York (The Executioner, #7)

  1. 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 ...

  2. 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...

  3. 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 ...

  4. says:

    Still working through this series in between larger reads Do not expect to have a deep and meaningful experience but they are lightly entertaining

  5. says:

    Definitely one of the better entries in Don Pendleton s original 37 Executioner books he didn t write 16 , this one has Mack cleaning house in the Big Apple As usual, this one has plenty of action, with an unexpected bit of mercy for one of the main mob bosses There s also a subplot about a political assassination plot, but it really doesn t factor into the story other than an excuse to get a lot of high ranking mobsters together in one place Highly recommended if you like the overall serie Definitely one of the better entries in Don Pendleton s original 37 Executioner books he didn t write 16 , this one...

  6. says:

    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 directio...

  7. says:

    WOW Don Pendleton writes another all out action packed book to the Executioner series This is the best one I ve read so far, but they have all been good so far Full of blood, explosions, and other things that makes a great action book.

  8. says:

    If you re thinking of going, it s too late, Chianti was telling him This was a couple hours ago, and it was turkey already Where s the weenie house Bolan growled ominously.

  9. says:

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

  10. says:

    Number 6 is around the house some place, but since I didn t find it with a cursory look, am retreading this one, number 7 in the series

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