Killing Trade

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Gold Eagle, Mar 1, 2008 - Fiction - 192 pages
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A new type of ammunition has Mack Bolan fi ghting a deadly war. But this time the battleground is New York City. Bolan has to uncover the source of the devastating new ammunition. The explosive, high-penetration bullets not only slice through armored vehicles with ease, but are the hottest item on the small-arms market.

Not everyone wants these bullets destroyed. Having had a taste of their destructive power, those involved are willing to kill to keep their supply moving. With the Big Apple at stake and the city's toughest thugs and paid assassins wanting him dead, the Executioner must destroy the source— before he becomes the target.

 

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Contents

Chapter One
7
Chapter Two
14
Chapter Three
22
Chapter Four
33
Chapter Five
45
Chapter Six
58
Chapter Seven
70
Chapter Eight
82
Chapter Twelve
121
Chapter Thirteen
133
Chapter Fourteen
144
Chapter Fifteen
155
Chapter Sixteen
167
Chapter Seventeen
183
Chapter Eighteen
192
Chapter Nineteen
206

Chapter Nine
86
Chapter Ten
98
Chapter Eleven
110
Chapter Twenty
216
Copyright Page
220
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About the author (2008)

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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