Acapulco Rampage (Executioner #26)

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Title: Acapulco Rampage

Series: The Executioner #26

Author: Don Pendleton

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars

Genre: Thriller

Pages: 126



Mack heads to Acapulco to take out a fledgling movement, the New Mafia, headed by a Jew.

Said Jew doesn’t like the Old Mafia telling him what to do and Mack makes a deal with him, be Unaffiliated and The Executioner will leave him alone until he crosses the line.

Sadly, the Old Mafia isn’t going to take this lying down, so complete and utter mayhem ensues, Mack Bolan Style.


My Thoughts:

I can’t get enough of these books. Mack crashes a luxury yacht into the New Mafia’s headquarters, hijacks and lands their jet in the ocean and finally blows their base off the side of a mountain and into a bay.

How much more awesome do you need? And the super hot chick being the bad guy, cool beans.

Shallow, truly plotless, characterization is zero but so much fun. Kind of like how I imagine bungee jumpers justify their actions 🙂

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