The Executioner (book series)


The Executioner (book series)

Infobox Book
name = The Executioner
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image_caption = Cover sample of "The Executioner" #1: "War Against The Mafia"
author = Don Pendleton
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country = United States
language = English
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genre = Action
publisher = Pinnacle
release_date = 1969
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media_type = Print (Paperback)
pages = 160 pp
isbn = 1558170243
978-1558170247
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"The Executioner" is a paperback series of books (358 as of September 2008) created and initially written by American author Don Pendleton in 1969 who would go on to write 36 more Bolan novels before he licensed the rights to Gold Eagle. The series details the ongoing adventures of twelve-year career Army sniper Master Sergeant Mack Bolan, introduced in "The Executioner" #1 ("War Against the Mafia").

Several announcements have been made of an "Executioner" film at first produced by Joseph E. Levine who contracted Richard Maibaum to write a screenplay. He based it on the fifth and sixth volumes, "Continental Contract" and "Assault on Soho". [Kraft, David Anthony, "The Executioner Speaks Out!" (interview with Don Pendleton), "Marvel Preview", #2, 1975, Marvel Comics.] Later announcements were made of "Executioner" projects variously starring Burt Reynolds or Sylvester Stallone (with Cynthia Rothrock appearing opposite him [ [http://www.hkmania.com/from.php?fromurl=http://www.hkmania.com/Dossiers/cynthiarothrockeng.html Hk Mania - Le site des fans de cinéma asiatique ] ] ) but the ideas never left development hell. [ [http://www.speakeasy.org/~swmpthng/StonyMan.html The Stony Man Farm ] ]

The Executioner is often cited as the inspiration for the Marvel Comics character The Punisher, who also fights the Mafia as well as James Glickenhaus's "The Exterminator" and Exterminator 2".

Mafia Wars

Bolan is a weapons specialist and skilled armorer who was serving his second tour of duty in Vietnam when he returned home on leave to the United States following news of the death of his parents and sister, and the critical wounding of his younger brother. Bolan discovered that a local "Mafia" "family" had been intimidating and harassing his family, as well as luring his seventeen year old sister into a life of prostitution. When their father learned of this, he committed a triple-murder/suicide, which only the fourteen year old son, Johnny, survived, telling big brother Mack the truth. Bolan decided his war with the "real" enemy was right here at home and not on the battlegrounds of Vietnam.cite book |last= Pendelton|first= Don|authorlink= Don Pendelton |title= "Executioner #1: War Against The Mafia)" |publisher= Pinnacle Publishers |location=New York |date= 1968|pages=P. 200 |isbn= 978-1558170247]

In books 1 through 38 Bolan fights a one man battle against different "Mafia" and "Mafia"-controlled organizations throughout the country. His successes in breaking up various "Mafia" operations (mainly by killing the leadership and most of the local muscle) were attributable to his use of a mix of stealth & infiltration and military-style attacks, including heavy weapons (grenades, mortars, automatic weapons, missiles, sniper rifles) plus his excellent marksmanship with rifles and handguns. His calling card during the early books was to leave a marksman's medal on or near his victims, an idea borrowed from earlier characters in pulp fiction.

During his campaigns against the mafia, which he refers to as his "Mafia Wars," Mack vows to "Shake their house down." He uses such aliases as LaMancha and Omega in conjunction with a laminated playing card of an [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
] . This card was used by the mafia to identify a mafia enforcer called a "Black Ace" who had almost unlimited power among "Mafiosi" to even unseat the head of a "Mafia" family on his own authority. A Black Ace was greatly feared by "Mafia" families.

The New War

Beginning in #39, "A New War", Mack Bolan gets a new identity. Now known as Col. John Phoenix (Retired) he is given a command center in Virginia dubbed "Stony Man Farm". From there he wages war against terrorist organizations throughout the world. Phoenix was chosen to be Bolan's new alias in reference to the mythological bird that would resurrect itself from the ashes of a former life, just as Bolan had done after the events of "Executioner" #38, "Satan's Sabbath".

A.K.A./Other identities

Mack Bolan has also been known by other names throughout his campaigns and missions:

*Col. John Macklin Phoenix (Retired)
*Mack "The Bastard" Bolan
*Mike McKay (Freelance Journalist)
*Sarge
*Sergeant Mercy
*Striker
*Stony Man One
*Kicker
*The Executioner
*Matt Cooper
*Frank LaMancha ("Mafia" infiltration alias)
*Omega (mafia infiltration alias)
*Col. Brandon Stone
*Mike Blanski
*Mike Belasko
*Rance Pollock
*Phil from Jersey (Phil Leonetti) ("Mafia" infiltration alias)
*Frank "Franky Lucky" Lambretta ("Mafia" infiltration alias)cite book |last= Pendelton|first= Don|authorlink= Don Pendelton |title= "Executioner #63: The New War book" |publisher= Pinnacle Publishers |location=New York |date= 1968|pages=P. 95 |isbn= 978-1558170247]
*Sgt. Nalobcite book |last= Pendelton|first= Don|authorlink= Don Pendelton |title= "Executioner #63: The New War book" |publisher= Pinnacle Publishers |location=New York |date= 1968|pages=P. 98 |isbn= 978-1558170247]
*Mike Borzicite book |last= Pendelton|first= Don|authorlink= Don Pendelton |title= "Executioner #63: The New War book" |publisher= Pinnacle Publishers |location=New York |date= 1968|pages=P. 86 |isbn= 978-1558170247]

Characters

*Mack Samuel Bolan - Alias John Macklin Phoenix, retired Colonel, USA; A.K.A. Striker, Stony Man One, Kicker, Executioner, Sarge, and Sergeant Mercy. First was an Army sergeant stationed in Vietnam. Later single handedly declared war on the Mafia for 39 consecutive attacks. Later given command of the Government Covert Operation PROJECT PHOENIX (which consists of anti-terrorism and dealing with missions which are sometimes too difficult or too sensitive for the military or government [CIA, FBI, INTERPOL, OR OSI] to handle). The Phoenix Program is a covert operation unrecorded makes the 160-acre Stony Man estate in the Shenandoah Mountains the command center of the most formidable national security force ever assembled.

*April Rose - Primary mission controller and overseer of Stony Man's Virginia "farm" HQ. Provides logistics, back-up support, loving care for the Phoenix people. (now deceased)

*Hal Brognola - Director of the Sensitive Operations Group, Stony Man liaison with the Oval Office. In his three-piece suit this ex-FBI agent looks like a vice president of IBM. In fact he is a streetwise, third-generation American who worked his own way into the stratosphere of the Justice Department's covert operations section. In that capacity he first met Mack Bolan.

*Aaron Kurtzman - Known as "The Bear" Big, rumpled librarian of Stony Man's extensive electronic data bank, from which he interfaces with those of the National Security Council, the Justice Department, the CIA, DIA and the intelligence agencies of every allied nation. Brilliant, a living extension of his computer. His tobacco stained fingers dance over the console to call up mug shots, maps, raw data of all kinds.

*Leo Turrin - Mob elder statesman (Leo "The Pussy" Turrin), undercover agent for Justice's Orgcrime Division, Washington lobbyist with connections, now officer of the Phoenix operation. From a capo on La Commissione to special friend and advisor to Bolan the blitz artist, this lieutenant of both the international underworld and sensitive operations walks a perilous path through the savage pastures.

*Jack Grimaldi - Combat pilot in Nam (137 missions, 2 purple hearts), later a flyboy for the mob, now head of his SOG cadre: G-Force. Can fly anything from a single engine scout to a Boeing 767, has proven himself to be Bolan's ace card on many missions. Of Italian parentage, is flamboyant, reckless, yet ruthlessly efficient. King of the sky.

*Andrzej Konzaki - Officially with special weapons development, CIA, is unofficially attached to the Phoenix Program. One of the most innovative armorers in the world. Master weaponsmith, expert on small arms, handguns to machine guns; knives, small explosives, other devices, and assigns them accordingly to circumstances, locales. Legless since Vietnam. His CIA profile says: "trust him". Killed in Executioner #62, "Day Of Mourning."

*Tommy Anders*

*Toby Ranger*

*Smiley Dublin** - Not regulars with the Phoenix Operation.

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pinoff series

Aside from the Stony Man Farm Operation (Phoenix Program) there are two covert tactical neutralization teams assigned to Stony Man but work separate from it, called Phoenix Force and Able Team. Each had their own series of books. There are many crossovers between series adding to overall continuity among the characters and story lines.

There was also the "SuperBolan" series consisting of larger and thicker paperback books (109 issues published). These story arcs sometimes overlapped with "The Executioner", "Phoenix Force" and "Able Team" stories. The series started with "Stony Man Doctrine" where Bolan and his two tactical neutralization teams save 20 million hostages from international terror.

Phoenix Force

:"Main article: Phoenix Force."Phoenix Force is one of the two tactical neutralization teams based out of Stony Man Farm. The Force's specialty is combating international terrorism. Each member was handpicked by Mack Bolan. They can be compared to the French Foreign Legion, specializing in hostage rescue missions.

Its role and composition has since evolved to a broader scope, which means they generally operate outside the U.S. borders.

Original Members

*Yakov Katzenelenbogen - A French-Israeli, known as "Katz". Former intelligence chief, underground guerilla veteran. Right arm missing below elbow, casualty of Mid-East Wars. (Deceased)
*Gary Manning - Canadian, ballistic and explosives and security engineer. Counter-terrorism investigator, special forces instructor, rugged, strong, fast.
*Keio Ohara - Japanese, martial Arts and electronics expert, para-commando training. Tall for an oriental, has complete knockout potential in one-on-one combat. He died in an assault on the Black Alchemists (Phoenix Force #12), but not without taking his killers with him.
*David McCarter - British, Anti-terror, riot control and commando expert. Former SAS officer. Rude, rugged, ruthless, and cynical. Sharp sense of humor.
*Rafael Encizo - Cuban-American, survivor of Bay of Pigs and Castro's prisons. Expert in naval and underwater warfare, strong on leadership qualities.

New Members

*Calvin James - Ex-SEAL, ex-SWAT, James was recruited during a San Francisco SWAT team mission that went to hell in a handbasket, then kidnapped by McCarter and Manning (PF #12: The Black Alchemists), arriving blindfolded at the Farm still dressed in his SWAT uniform. In his late twenties or early thirties and is described as a "nice-looking guy" with a dangerous, mysterious quality to him. He was the first natural-born American and the only African-American to join Phoenix Force, initially to supplement the team with his knowledge of biochemistry and medicine. He serves as the unit's medic, and has a natural talent for con artistry. He is a skilled martial artist and knife fighter, originally from Chicago's South Side. Along with Encizo, he is considered to be Stony Man's resident edged weapons expert. He was the first member of Phoenix Force to not be recruited or screened in any way by Mack. He is missing the tip of his little pinky on his left hand, thanks to a torturer during a mission at the Vatican.

*T.J. Hawkins - Ex-Ranger, ex-Delta Force, Hawkins was recruited by Katz and Bolan shortly after Katz retired from field work and David McCarter became the new commander of Phoenix Force. Named after Confederate general Stonewall Jackson, Hawkins followed in his father's footsteps and joined the U.S. Army. His career was cut short when he resigned after nearly getting wrongfully brought up on murder charges for shooting a Somali warlord that was endangering a small Somali village.

Able Team

:"Main article: Able Team."
Able Team consists of three friends of Mack Bolan from his life before Stony Man Farm: Rosario "Fhe Politician" Blancanales, Hermann "Gadgets" Schwarz, and Carl "Ironman" Lyons (Team Lead). Pol & Gadgets first appeared in "Death Squad" (book two of the original series).

Able Team's primary missions are to fight domestic terrorism throughout North, Central, and South America. However, they have seen action outside the Americas.

*Carl Lyons - Blond, blue-eyed ex-LAPD sergeant, this recent veteran of the Justice Department's war against organized crime has seen enough blow-torched, pliers-mangled corpses to know what to do about today's psycho punks--shoot first. A fear-inspiring berserker, full of smooth motion and sudden explosions of energy. A pack horse too, because of his insistence on taking along the right equipment. Lyons, to quote Mack and Gadgets, is "Five different kinds of scary, scary dude". Carl is ex-LAPD, ex-Special Operations Group (SOG) and currently leads Able Team. "Ironman" to those who know him.
*Rosario Blancanales - From a Chicano background, he's know as "Pol". Moves like a native, no matter where he is. Understands the enemy, then either changes him or neutralizes him. Able Team's broad-shouldered senior member now fights the war against international terrorism with a special kind of sophistication and fury.
*Hermann Schwarz - Code named "Gadgets" for his wizardry with electronics devices, this Vietnam vet with metaphysical leanings has a genius level IQ and a penchant for the unusual and unexpected in strategy and action. Expert in explosives, quiet kills, guerrilla tactics, he is a technological Apache.

ample Story Description

Tragedy strikes Operation Phoenix. It seems a KGB mole was planted somewhere within the government. Because of the clever plot conceived by Maj. Gen. Greb Strakhov, enemy agents attack Stony Man Farm. April Rose and Andrzej Konzaki are dead, Aaron Kurtzman is paralyzed from the waist down, and Stony Man security guards are all dead.

Shortly thereafter, Mack Bolan is framed for the assassination of an anti-communist dissident and is coincidentally put on top of all agencies' "EXTERMINATE WITH EXTREME PREJUDICE" lists. Bolan finds the KGB mole, Lee Farnsworth of the CFB, and executes him in front of the President right in the Oval Office. Bolan is now on the run from all American and European countries' Intelligence Agencies. Once again on his own with no government support like in the old days, Bolan fights a self-declared war on the scum of the earth.

While on assignment in Moscow, Bolan manages to obtain a master list of all major KGB agents operating throughout the would. These are Bolan's targets. Bolan manages to execute the master mind of the destruction of Stony Man Farm. Hal Brognola has been secretly aiding Bolan in his one man war. Bolan has also received further assistance from what is left of Stony Man along with Phoenix Force and Able Team.

The Executioner Mystery Magazine

In 1975, Leonard J. Ackerman Productions produced "Don Pendleton's The Executioner Mystery Magazine", a digest-sized, pulp magazine anthology series along the same lines as the "Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine". The magazine had little connection to the Mack Bolan books save for the occasional story related to the Mafia. The magazine ran for only four issues, ending in August 1975, with the final issue titled simply "The Executioner Mystery Magazine". [http://www.philsp.com/data/data097.html#DONPENDLETONSTHEEXECUTIONERMYSTERYMAGAZINE]

Other Media

The Executioner has been adapted into a five part comic book series by IDW written by Doug Wojtowicz and illustrated by SI. Gallant.

References

eries listing

*001 - "War Against the Mafia
*002 - "Death Squad
*003 - "Battle Mask
*004 - "Miami Massacre
*005 - "Continental Contract
*006 - "Assault on Soho
*007 - "Nightmare in New York
*008 - "Chicago Wipeout
*009 - "Vegas Vendetta
*010 - "Caribbean Kill
*011 - "California Hit
*012 - "Boston Blitz
*013 - "Washington I.O.U.
*014 - "San Diego Siege
*015 - "Panic in Philly
*016 - "Sicilian Slaughter" (written by "Jim Petersen")
*017 - "Jersey Guns
*018 - "Texas Storm
*019 - "Detroit Deathwatch
*020 - "New Orleans Knockout
*021 - "Firebase Seattle
*022 - "Hawaiian Hellground
*023 - "St. Louis Showdown
*024 - "Canadian Crisis
*025 - "Colorado Kill-Zone
*026 - "Acapulco Rampage
*027 - "Dixie Convoy
*028 - "Savage Fire
*029 - "Command Strike
*030 - "Cleveland Pipeline
*031 - "Arizona Ambush
*032 - "Tennessee Smash
*033 - "Monday's Mob
*034 - "Terrible Tuesday
*035 - "Wednesday's Wrath
*036 - "Thermal Thursday
*037 - "Friday's Feast
*038 - "Satan's Sabbath" (Pendleton's last)
*039 - "The New War" (taken over by an indirectly credited team of writers as "Don Pendleton's Mack Bolan")
*040 - "Double Crossfire
*041 - "The Violent Streets
*042 - "The Iranian Hit
*043 - "Return to Vietnam
*044 - "Terrorist Summit
*045 - "Paramilitary Plot
*046 - "Bloodsport
*047 - "Renegade Agent
*048 - "The Libya Connection
*049 - "Doomsday Disciples
*050 - "Brothers in Blood
*051 - "Vulture's Vengeance
*052 - "Tuscany Terror
*053 - "The Invisible Assassins
*054 - "Mountain Rampage
*055 - "Paradine's Gauntlet
*056 - "Island Deathtrap
*057 - "Flesh Wounds
*058 - "Ambush on Blood River
*059 - "Crude Kill
*060 - "Sold for Slaughter
*061 - "Tiger War
*062 - "Day of Mourning" (Day of Mourning Trilogy #1)
*063 - "The New War Book" (not a novel, but an overview of the series post-Pinnacle"
*064 - "Dead Man Running" (Day of Mourning Trilogy #3)
*065 - "Cambodia Clash
*066 - "Orbiting Omega
*067 - "Beirut Payback
*068 - "Prairie Fire
*069 - "Skysweeper
*070 - "Ice Cold Kill
*071 - "Blood Dues
*072 - "Hellbinder
*073 - "Appointment in Kabul
*074 - "Savannah Swingsaw
*075 - "The Bone Yard
*076 - "Teheran Wipeout
*077 - "Hollywood Hell
*078 - "Death Games
*079 - "Council of Kings
*080 - "Running Hot
*081 - "Shock Waves
*082 - "Hammerhead Reef
*083 - "Missouri Deathwatch
*084 - " Fastburn
*085 - "Sunscream
*086 - "Hell's Gate
*087 - "Hellfire Crusade
*088 - "Baltimore Trackdown
*089 - "Defenders and Believers
*090 - "Blood Heat Zero
*091 - "The Trial
*092 - "Moscow Massacre
*093 - "The Fire Eaters
*094 - "Save the Children
*095 - "Blood and Thunder
*096 - "Death Has a Name
*097 - "Meltdown
*098 - "Black Dice
*099 - "Code of Dishonor
*100 - "Blood Testament
*101 - "Eternal Triangle
*102 - "Split Image
*103 - "Assault on Rome
*104 - "Devil's Horn
*105 - "Countdown to Chaos
*106 - "Run to Ground
*107 - "American Nightmare
*108 - "Time to Kill
*109 - "Hong Kong Hit List
*110 - "Trojan Horse
*111 - "The Fiery Cross
*112 - "Blood of the Lion
*113 - "Vietnam Fallout
*114 - "Cold Judgment
*115 - "Circle of Steel
*116 - "The Killing Urge
*117 - "Vendetta in Venice
*118 - "Warrior's Revenge
*119 - "Line of Fire
*120 - "Border Sweep
*121 - "Twisted Path
*122 - "Desert Strike
*123 - "War Born
*124 - "Night Kill
*125 - "Dead Man's Tale
*126 - "Death Wind
*127 - "Kill Zone
*128 - "Sudan Slaughter
*129 - "Haitian Hit
*130 - "Dead Line
*131 - "Ice Wolf
*132 - "The Big Kill
*133 - "Blood Run
*134 - "White Line War
*135 - "Devil Force
*136 - "Down and Dirty
*137 - "Battle Lines
*138 - "Kill Trap
*139 - "Cutting Edge
*140 - "Wild Card
*141 - "Direct Hit
*142 - "Fatal Error
*143 - "Helldust Cruise
*144 - "Whipsaw
*145 - "Chicago Payoff
*146 - "Deadly Tactics
*147 - "Payback Game
*148 - "Deep and Swift
*149 - "Blood Rules" (The Medellin Trilogy #1)
*150 - "Death Load
*151 - "Message to Medellin" (The Medellin Trilogy #3)
*152 - "Combat Stretch
*153 - "Firebase Florida
*154 - "Night Hit
*155 - "Hawaiian Heat
*156 - "Phantom Force
*157 -" Cayman Strike
*158 - "Firing Line
*159 - "Steel and Flame
*160 - "Storm Warning "(Storm Trilogy #1)
*161 - "Eye of the Storm "(Storm Trilogy #2)
*162 - "Colors of Hell
*163 - "Warrior's Edge
*164 - "Death Trail
*165 - "Fire Sweep
*166 - "Assassin's Creed
*167 - "Double Action
*168 - "Blood Price
*169 - "White Heat
*170 - "Baja Blitz
*171 - "Deadly Force
*172 - "Fast Strike
*173 - "Capital Hit
*174 - "Battle Plan" (Freedom Trilogy #1)
*175 - "Battle Ground" (Freedom Trilogy #2)
*176 - "Ransom Run
*177 - "Evil Code
*178 - "Black Hand
*179 - "War Hammer
*180 - "Force Down
*181 - "Shifting Target
*182 - "Lethal Agent
*183 - "Clean Sweep
*184 - "Death Warrant
*185 - "Sudden Fury
*186 - "Fire Burst" (Terror Trilogy #1)
*187 - "Cleansing Flame" (Terror Trilogy #2)
*188 - "War Paint
*189 - "Wellfire
*190 - "Killing Range
*191 - "Extreme Force
*192 - "Maximum Impact
*193 - "Hostile Action
*194 - "Deadly Contest
*195 - "Select Fire" (Arms Trilogy #1)
*196 - "Triburst" (Arms Trilogy #2)
*197 - "Armed Force" (Arms Trilogy #3)
*198 - "Shoot Down
*199 - "Rogue Agent
*200 - "Crisis Point
*201 - "Prime Target
*202 - "Combat Zone
*203 - "Hard Contact
*204 - "Rescue Run
*205 - "Hell Road
*206 - "Hunting Cry
*207 - "Freedom Strike
*208 - "Death Whisper
*209 - "Asian Crucible
*210 - "Fire Lash" (Red Dragon Trilogy #1)
*211 - " Steel Claws" (Red Dragon Trilogy #*2)
*212 - "Ride the Beast" (Red Dragon Trilogy #3)
*213 - "Blood Harvest
*214 - "Fission Fury
*215 - "Fire Hammer
*216 - "Death Force
*217 - "Fight or Die
*218 - "End Game
*219 - "Terror Intent
*220 - "Tiger Stalk
*221 - "Blood and Fire
*222 - "Patriot Gambit" (American Trilogy #1)
*223 - "Hour of Conflict "(American Trilogy #2)
*224 - "Call to Arms" (American Trilogy #3)
*225 - "Body Armor
*226 - "Red Horse
*227 - "Blood Circle
*228 - "Terminal Option
*229 - "Zero Tolerance
*230 - "Deep Attack
*231 - "Slaughter Squad
*232 - "Jackal Hunt
*233 - "Tough Justice
*234 - "Target Command" (Power Trilogy #1)
*235 - "Plague Wind" (Power Trilogy #2)
*236 - "Vengeance Rising" (Power Trilogy #3)
*237 - "Hellfire Trigger
*238 - "Crimson Tide
*239 - "Hostile Proximity
*240 - "Devil's Guard
*241 - "Evil Reborn" (The Hydra Trilogy #1)
*242 - "Doomsday Conspiracy" (The Hydra Trilogy #2)
*243 - "Assault Reflex" (The Hydra Trilogy #3)
*244 - "Judas Kill
*245 - "Virtual Destruction
*246 - "Blood of the Earth
*247 - "Black Dawn Rising
*248 - "Rolling Death
*249 - "Shadow Target
*250 - "Warning Shot "(The Border Fire Trilogy #1)
*251 - "Kill Radius "(The Border Fire Trilogy #2)
*252 - "Death Line "(The Border Fire Trilogy #3)
*253 - "Risk Factor
*254 - "Chill Effect
*255 - "War Bird
*256 - "Point of Impact
*257 - "Precision Play
*258 - "Target Lock
*259 - "Nightfire" (Lord of the Seas Trilogy #1)
*260 - "Dayhunt" (Lord of the Seas Trilogy #2)
*261 - "Dawnkill" (Lord of the Seas Trilogy #3)
*262 - "Trigger Point" (COMCON Wars #1)
*263 - "Skysniper
*264 - "Iron Fist" (COMCON Wars #2)
*265 - "Freedom Force
*266 - "Ultimate Price" (COMCON Wars #3)
*267 - "Invisible Invader
*268 - "Shattered Trust" (The Conspiracy Trilogy #1)
*269 - "Shifting Shadows" (The Conspiracy Trilogy #2)
*270 - "Judgment Day" (The Conspiracy Trilogy #3)
*271 - "Cyberhunt
*272 - "Stealth Striker
*273 - "Uforce
*274 - "Rogue Target
*275 - "Crossed Borders
*276 - "Leviathan
*277 - "Dirty Mission
*278 - "Triple Reverse
*279 - "Fire Wind
*280 - "Fear Rally
*281 - "Blood Stone
*282 - "Jungle Conflict
*283 - "Ring of Retaliation
*284 - "Devil's Army" (The Doomsday Trilogy #1)
*285 - "Final Strike" (The Doomsday Trilogy #2)
*286 - "Armageddon Exit" (The Doomsday Trilogy #3)
*287 - "Rogue Warrior
*288 - "Arctic Blast
*289 - "Vendetta Force
*290 - "Pursued
*291 - "Blood Trade
*292 - "Savage Game
*293 - "Death Merchants
*294 - "Scorpion Rising
*295 - "Hostile Alliance
*296 - "Nuclear Game" (The Moon Shadow Trilogy, #1)
*297 - "Deadly Pursuit" (The Moon Shadow Trilogy, #*2)
*298 - "Final Play" (The Moon Shadow Trilogy, #3)
*299 - "Dangerous Encounter
*300 - "Warrior's Requiem
*301 - "Blast Radius
*302 - "Shadow Search
*303 - "Sea of Terror
*304 - "Soviet Specter
*305 - "Point Position
*306 - "Mercy Mission
*307 - "Hard Pursuit
*308 - "Into the Fire" (OrgCrime Trilogy #1)
*309 - "Flames of Fury" (OrgCrime Trilogy #*2)
*310 - "Killing Heat" (OrgCrime Trilogy #3)
*311 - "Night of the Knives
*312 - "Death Gamble
*313 - "Lockdown
*314 - "Lethal Payload
*315 - "Agent of Peril
*316 - "Poison Justice
*317 - "Hour of Judgement
*318 - "Code of Resistance
*319 - "Entry Point" (The Carnivore Project #1)
*320 - "Exit Code" (The Carnivore Project #2)
*321 - "Suicide Highway
*322 - "Time Bomb
*324 - "Terminal Zone
*325 - "Edge of Hell
*326 - "Blood Tide
*327 - "Serpent's Lair
*328 - "Triangle of Terror
*329 - "Hostile Crossing
*330 - "Dual Action
*331 - "Assault Force
*332 - "Slaughter House
*333 - "Aftershock
*334 - "Jungle Justice
*335 - "Blood Vector
*336 - "Homeland Terror
*337 - "Tropic Blast
*338 - "Nuclear Reaction
*339 - "Deadly Contact
*340 - "Splinter Cell
*341 - "Rebel Force
*342 - "Double Play
*343 - "Border War
*344 - "Primal Law
*345 - "Orange Alert
*346 - "Vigilante Run
*347 - "Dragon's Den
*348 - "Carnage Code
*349 - "Firestorm
*350 - "Volatile Agent
*351 - "Hell Night
*352 - "Killing Trade
*353 - "Black Death Reprise
*354 - "Ambush Force
*355 - "Outback Assault
*356 - "Defense Breach
*357 - "Extreme Justice
*358 - "Blood Toll
*359 - "Desperate Passage" (October 2008)
*360 - "Mission to Burma" (November 2008)
*361 - "Final Resort" (December 2008)
*362 - "Patriot Acts" (January 2009)
*363 - "Face of Terror' {February 2009)

uperbolan series listing

*001 - "Stony Man Doctrine
*002 - "Terminal Velocity" (Day of Mourning Trilogy #2)
*003 - "Resurrection Day
*004 - "Dirty War
*005 - "Flight 741
*006 - "Dead Easy
*007 - "Sudden Death
*008 - "Rogue Force
*009 - "Tropic Heat
*010 - "Fire in the Sky
*011 - "Anvil of Hell
*012 - "Flash Point
*013 - "Flesh and Blood
*014 - "Moving Target
*015 - "Tightrope
*016 - "Blowout
*017 - "Blood Fever
*018 - "Knockdown
*019 - "Assault
*021 - "Siege
*022 - "Blockade
*023 - "Evil Kingdom" (Medellin Trilogy #2)
*024 - "Counterblow
*025 - "Hardline
*026 - "Firepower
*027 - "Storm Burst" (Storm Trilogy #3)
*028 - "Intercept
*029 - "Lethal Impact
*030 - "Deadfall
*031 - "Onslaught
*032 - "Battle Force" (Freedom Trilogy #3)
*033 - "Rampage
*034 - "Takedown
*035 - "Death's Head
*036 - "Hellground
*037 - "Inferno" (Terror Trilogy #3)
*038 - "Ambush
*039 - "Blood Strike
*040 - "Killpoint
*042 - "Stalk Line
*043 - "Omega Game
*044 - "Shock Tactic
*045 - "Showdown
*046 - "Precision Kill
*047 - "Jungle Law
*048 - "Dead Center
*049 - "Tooth and Claw
*050 - "Red Heat
*051 - "Thermal Strike
*052 - "Day of the Vulture
*054 - "High Aggression
*055 - "Code of Bushido
*056 - "Terror Spin
*057 - "Judgment in Stone
*058 - "Rage for Justice
*059 - "Rebels and Hostiles
*060 - "Ultimate Game
*061 - "Blood Feud
*062 - "Renegade Force
*063 - "Retribution
*064 - "Initiation" (Four Horsemen Trilogy #1)
*065 - "Cloud of Death" (Four Horsemen Trilogy #2)
*066 - "Termination Point" (Four Horsemen Trilogy #3)
*067 - "Hellfire Strike
*068 - "Code of Conflict
*069 - "Vengeance
*070 - "Executive Action
*071 - "Killsport
*072 - "Conflagration
*073 - "Storm Front
*074 - "War Season
*075 - "Evil Alliance
*076 - "Scorched Earth
*077 - "Deception
*078 - "Destiny's Hour" (The Tyranny Files #1)
*079 - "Power of the Lance" (The Tyranny Files #2)
*080 - "A Dying Evil" (The Tyranny Files #3)
*081 - "Deep Treachery
*082 - "Warload
*083 - "Sworn Enemies
*084 - "Dark Truth
*085 - "Breakaway
*086 - "Blood and Sand
*087 - "Caged
*088 - "Sleepers
*089 - "Strike and Retrieve March
*090 - "Age of War
*091 - "Line of Control" (Frontier Wars duology, #1)
*092 - "Breached" (Frontier Wars duology, #2)
*093 - "Retaliation" (Sequel to MB #300)
*094 - "Pressure Point
*095 - "Silent Running
*096 - "Stolen Arrows
*097 - "Zero Option
*098 - "Predator Paradise
*099 - "Circle of Deception
*100 - "Devil's Bargain
*101 - "False Front
*102 - "Lethal Tribute
*103 - "Season of Slaughter
*104 - "Point of Betrayal
*105 - "Ballistic Force
*106 - "Renegade
*107 - "Survival Reflex
*108 - "Path to War
*109 - "Blood Dynasty
*110 - "Ultimate Stakes
*111 - "State of Evil
*112 - "Force Lines
*113 - "Contagion Option
*114 - "Hellfire Code
*115 - "War Drums
*116 - "Ripple Effect
*117 - "Devil's Playground
*118 - "The Killing Rule
*119 - "Patriot Play
*120 - "Appointment in Baghdad
*121 - "Havana Five
*122 - "The Judas Project
*123 - "Plains of Fire" (November 2008)
*124 - "Colony of Evil" {January 2009)

Notes

External links

* [http://www.mackbolan.com/ MackBolan.com]
* [http://www.donpendleton.com Official website of Don Pendleton, the creator of The Executioner, Mack Bolan Series]


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