|Texas Storm (1974) [Novel]|
by Don Pendleton
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Series: Executioner, the
(From the publisher):
Texas was hard territory, a giant state with a Mafia operation to match. But Mack Bolan would handle it one number at a time. In order of appearance. A single man against well-armed killers. It was a hell of a way to live... or die.
The word had come to the Executioner that mobsters were moving in on the tremendously lucrative oil fields. Klingman's Wells, among the most profitable in the midlands, was the first to go out of business. The daughter of the owner had disappeared, too, and Klingman himself was in seclusion in his Dallas apartment. No one knew why. Bolan would have to find out. And that was only the beginning.
In a time when oil might be our most precious commodity, whoever controlled the wells and pipelines could control the nation. And now someone was buying up all the stock in the Klingman Petroleum Corporation. With the help of a mysterious and wealthy Arab. Finally, the "Cosa di tutti Cosi" had a chance to succeed.
It was a time for thunder. That's why a deadly storm was coming to Texas. A human storm named Mack Bolan.
Original title: Texas Storm
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Male-Action/Adventure