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Leviathan (Mack Bolan the Executioner #276)

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A narcotics manufacturing plant financed by corrupt CIA spooks in bed with the Mafia put Mack Bolan in the middle of the Atlantic to bring down this floating factory that is inside an offshore drilling rig. But unearthly creatures turn this Bermuda Triangle mission into an eerie dance with the forces of nature.
Paperback, 224 pages
Published November 1st 2001 by Gold Eagle
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K.T. Katzmann
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Recommends it for: People who want to see the Executioner Fight Cthulhu
There's a point in this book where the Executioner (basically, the Punisher) and some Mafia goons are barricaded in the same room while Cthulhu avatars, giant squids, and Miskatonic University professors are all running around outside.

I think that highlights the embarrassed schizophrenia of this book.

The Executioner is a series so old, it's a men's fiction institution. The mob killed Mack Bolan's family, and he kills the mob. If you've heard this before, it's because another version of him's mor
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