|Counterblow (1991) [Novel]|
by Charlie McDade
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(From the publisher):
The upsurge in high-grade heroin on the West Coast is ringing alarm bells all over Washington. It's clear there's a new player at the table, someone setting up a Turkish heroin pipeline through Pakistan. One man's war just found a new battlefield.
With only sketchy Intelligence supplied by a suspected spook on the take, Mack Bolan picks up the white line in Central Asia - and taps the source: a former KGB agent gone off the deep end, following his capitalist dream of becoming the world's reigning drug lord.
With a fortune in opium locked in Pakistan's war-torn terrain, a lot of high rollers have a stake in the game: the CIA, the DEA, the KGB - and Bolan. There are no rules for this kind of house party. The Executioner is making up a few of his own...
Original title: Counterblow
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Male-Action/Adventure