New Orleans Knockout (The Executioner, #20)
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New Orleans Knockout (The Executioner #20)

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Intermob War!

And Mack Bolan jumps right in the middle. On target in the center of the deadliest battle since the Mafia was destroyed in Boston. Now the Executioner hits New Orleans, and it will never be the same. The odds are long, but the time is right.
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Published May 1st 1989 by Pinnacle (first published May 1st 1974)
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Hurray for pulp!

I'm committed to reading the first 38 books in this series. Before I say anything more, this is how I rate books--

FIVE – the story has changed my life, the way I view the world, or has altered the way I write.
FOUR – the story has exceeded my expectations, this was truly a fabulous weave.
THREE – my expectations were met, I got exactly what I paid for.
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Pulp Fiction

The rackets specialist hung up the telephone with a crash. Hit lit a cigarette, took a deep drag, glared at the walls of the office that was hemming him in and tucking him in neatly-then he got slowly to his feet and went to the nearest one, pleasantly said,"Hi, wall; fuck you wall" - and ground the cigarette into it clear to the palm of his hand.


"You really think he'll contact you?"
"Yeah, that's what I really think, wallbanger."

Tony Petry
Don Pendelton is a superb author. This is all out action from beginning to end. I can see why The Executioner was so popular in its time.
The 20th in Pendleton's Mafia-buster saga, written back in the 70s. Still enjoyable and action-packed.
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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 published more than one hundred twenty-five books in his long career and his books have been published...more
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