Fatal Combat

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Harlequin, Nov 1, 2011 - Fiction - 192 pages
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After a number of civilians turn up dead from knife wounds throughout Detroit, a red flag is raised in Washington. Concerned the city has become a testing ground for low-budget, low-tech domestic terrorism, the President wants those responsible for the deaths brought down. And there is only one man who can get under the radar to do it—Mack Bolan.

But the pieces of the puzzle are as intricate as the knife wounds, and everywhere Bolan turns leads to another dead end. One thing is certain: whoever is behind the killings doesn't want him around. And it seems everyone from the police department to the Mafia is in on the fight.

If it's a duel to the death they want, then the Executioner is ready to battle.


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A great read
Mack Bolan missions are incredible reads. I am hoping this character gets the recognition long overdue him, by finally getting to the big screen.


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About the author (2011)

Phil Elmore is a freelance journalist, author, and technical writer who lives and works in Western New York State. He has contributed extensively to various trade magazines in the "tactical" gear and self-defense fields. He is also the senior editor of an IP development company based in Florida and the author of multiple commercially published scifi and action novels.

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