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Cleveland Pipeline (The Executioner #30)

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In the wake of Bolans strike against Mafia headquarters in New York, the mob is experiencing its darkest hours - its member families pulling back into semi-isolated territorial groups, concerned chiefly with their own survival. There is a power vacuum, sure, and the Executioner has been carefully watching for signs of a revival, awaiting the appearance of a new strong man ...more
176 pages
Published (first published March 1st 1990)
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Jul 08, 2014 Jake rated it it was amazing
Shelves: pulp, thriller-spy
I loved this book. In the series, this has been one of the best. There isn't as much action as in many of the earlier stories, but I thought the action here was well done. Of course, as always, Mack cuts through mob thugs like an enraged lawnmower. The story in this one was solid.

Early in, Mack saves a Federal Judge from two torpedoes, and the roughed-up Judge gasps, "Save the girl." Mack flies into action, popping mobster heads with his .44 Automag. The girl is a journalist who refuses to give
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May 12, 2015 Timothy Boyd rated it really liked it
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
I've never seen the words "yeah" and "uh" used more in my entire life I think, wow. I bought this such a long time ago and I guess I never read it because I didn't seem to remember any of it. The series is fun but this was not one of the best I've read, that's for sure. The later ones I think were better.
read some time in 1981
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Feb 28, 2015 Steve H rated it it was ok
One of the weaker books in the series. Action was a bit tame and the female interest irritating. Feels like the author has run out of ideas and just regurgitating passages from his earlier books.
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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 125 books in his long career, and his books have been published in more than 25 fo
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