Cold Fusion (Mack Bolan the Executioner, #411)

Cold Fusion (Mack Bolan the Executioner, #411) WAR GAMES A Deadly Auction Is About To Take Place As Two Scientists Put Their Prototype For Harnessing Cold Fusion On The Market Scheduled To Be Sold To The Highest Bidder In A Secret Syrian Location, The Knowledge Of How To Harness Cold Fusion Would Give Great And Dangerous Nuclear Power To Its Owner As Mack Bolan Races To Intercept The Exchange, He Discovers He S Not The Only One Intent On Crashing The Bidding Party A Group Of Russians Have Hijacked The Proceedings And Disappeared With The Scientists The Russians Expect An Even Higher Price For The Brains Behind The Scientific Breakthrough, And Bolan Must Track The Ex KGB Kidnappers Across The Desert From Syria To Libya And Stop Them From Trading Their Human Merchandise Access To Technology Is Low, So The Executioner Will Have To Resort To WWII Desert Warfare Strategies To Put These Russians Out Of Business Permanently

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  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • Cold Fusion (Mack Bolan the Executioner, #411)
  • Andy Boot
  • English
  • 22 June 2018
  • 9780373644117

10 thoughts on “Cold Fusion (Mack Bolan the Executioner, #411)

  1. says:

    Mack Bolan s been fighting all enemies to the American way since the early 70 s, if memory serves me As a sporadic reader of his pulp tales, I ve seen him fight the Mafia, the KGB, ocean pirates, and international terrorists Hell, I once read about his kayaking vacation in Iceland where he stumbled a secret Russkie sub base And I remember another book where Mack was having a relationship with a woman, yet his armaments were even lovingly described hair color huh caliber 50 cal.This is an interesting addition to the canon I ve always been fascinated by the little ways the ghost writers make tiny additions to the tale to give a faint personal voice to the tale This writer seems to enjoy Quentin Tarantino esque time twist to the usual linear plot line.There is also a hint of espionage, and the paranoia that elements of the government might be working at cross purposes.An entertaining read if you are in the mood for a quick, light modern pulp.

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