The Iranian Hit (The Executioner #42)

Iranian Hit - Don Pendleton, Stephen Mertz

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Title: The Iranian Hit

Series: The Executioner

Author: Stephen Mertz & Don Pendleton

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars

Genre: Action/Adventure

Pages: 182

Format: digital scan

 

 

 

Synopsis:

Mack must guard an Iranian scumbag, merely because he is bait so Bolan can wipe out a particular hit group of Iranians that dare operate in the United States.

 

My Thoughts:

Bolan starts to deal with politics in his war. It isn't pretty and it makes him just another cog in a machine. Instead of being a lone warrior vigilante with a cold eye and even colder steel, he just becomes a tool of the government.

 

He used to fight for the common man against an enemy who directly oppressed them. Now it is scaled up and it is for people in general. It is tough to articulate but it really comes across in this book.

 

One more book I've got on my kindle then I'm done with this. I'll probably track down an Executioner book released in '16 just to see how it compares, but it can't be impossible for me to be any more apathetic about it then I have been about these post-Mafia books.