Assassin: Code Name Vulture (Killmaster, #86)
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Assassin: Code Name Vulture (Killmaster #86)

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Mass Market Paperback
Published August 1977 by Award Books
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Mike Jensen
Improbable story, ridiculous plot twists, lifelessly written. Ralph Eugene Hayes botched this under the Nick Carter house name. The 86th Nick Carter book. The other 85 have to be better. If I were not on an airplane, I would not have finished it.
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Nick Carter-Killmaster is a series of 261+ spy adventures published from 1964 until late 1990s, first by Award, Ace, then Jove. The house pseudonym had known contributors Michael Avallone, Valerie Moolman, Manning Lee Stokes and Martin Cruz Smith. Narrator viewpoint was first or third person for Agent N3 of AXE, fictional U.S. government spy agency. Like James Bond, but low on gadgets, high on act...more
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