Satan's Sabbath (The Executioner #38)

Satan's Sabbath (The Executioner Book 38) - Don Pendleton

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Title: Satan's Sabbath

Series: The Executioner

Author: Don Pendleton

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars

Genre: Action/Adventure

Pages: 109

 

 

 

Synopsis:

Bolan has ONE more hit to make, to finish his mission of taking down the Mafia. But he has to run the gauntlet of Mafia who have seen his face and deal with a traitor in Brognola's group who has it out for them all.

Can Mack survive long enough to start the War on the rest of the world?

 

My Thoughts:

The final run for the series by Pendleton. After this book, it goes to ghost writers and a more international scene.

 

There was nothing bad about this book, it was just as run of the mill as the previous ones. The mafia has been done and Pendleton just ran out of ideas to make this interesting and engaging. Kind of just chugging along to get to the end here.

 

I've got the next 4 or 5 in the series and I'll see if things get interesting again with a new worldwide venue and new ghost authors. If it picks up, I'll keep on reading. If not, then I'll be done. I want to read more, as Macho Man Action Hero really appeals to me and I need a good dose of Testosterone every once in a while.

 

So Sarge, it's been real. Keep it hard.