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Sicilian Slaughter (1973) [Novel]
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Series: Executioner, the
Part: 16

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The hot and arid island of Sicily is infamous as the birthplace of the Mafia. From this Mediterranean spawning ground the deadly forces of evil and corruption have spread to all points of the globe. In the U.S. the Mafia's influence has become as sophisticated as it is powerful... virtually no city is free of the mob's grip, hardly an industry is untouched by their sinister operations.

Now, after a long and bloody wipeout trail across our country, Mack Bolan must lash out at the very root of the Mafia monster. Sicily has seemingly been quite remote from underworld activities on our shores in recent years, but Bolan has discovered that a top Mafia family in the U.S. has masterminded the formation of a small army of killers in Sicily. They are undergoing intensive training in a small village practically in the shadow of Mount Etna.

The purpose of their mission is secret. Bolan's initial reconnaissance indicates that they are well into final preparations for what could be a major crime campaign. To strike where? And for whom? There is no time to learn more, or even to warn U.S. authorities. Bolan must go it alone, and face an army of assassins! This is to be a one-man onslaught, sudden and decisive . . . and the most murderous mission ever faced by the Executioner!

Original title: Sicilian Slaughter
Original languages: English

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Genre: FictionAdventureMale-Action/Adventure

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Sicilian Slaughter (1973)
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Language: English

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ISBN: 0523005520

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