Mack Bolan undertakes a rapid-deployment rescue operation in West Africa, where a C.I.A. asset possessing crucial U.S. intelligence is trapped and dying. For years, the agent has played the counterintelligence game for profit. Now, holed up in a grimy hotel in the middle of a bloodbath, her last hope is making his way to her across the civil war-torn Ivory Coast.
Bolan's point of insertion is the center of hell, where monsoon rains and wholesale slaughter conspire to shorten his mission and his life. Warlords, mercenaries and local police collide in genocidal fury, leaving the Executioner little choice in his punishing assault. He cuts a swathe of fury and retribution to his target, prepared to die but never to quit.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - h3athrow - LibraryThing
Airplane reading for the flight back from Wisconsin. The story of an engagement in West Africa that could very well have been the underpinning of any bombing operation in Iraq. There's a slight voodoo-like tie in to boot. Ghost written by Nathan Meyer. A saltine for your brain! Read full review