Cleveland Pipeline

Cleveland Pipeline☉ [PDF / Epub] ☆ Cleveland Pipeline By Don Pendleton ❤ – Bluevapours.co.uk A woman is kidnapped, and only the Executioner can save her On a moonlit Cleveland dock, Mack Bolan watches the flagship of the local boss s criminal fleet It would be child s play to storm aboard and A woman is kidnapped, and only the Executioner can save her On a moonlit Cleveland dock, Mack Bolan watches the flagship of the local boss s criminal fleet It would be child s play to storm aboard and kill the capo, but this boss is strictly small time Bolan wants the big boys and he is about to get his shot at them Toward the ship come two figures dragging an aging pri.

Don Pendleton was born in Little Rock, Arkansas, December , and died October , in ArizonaHe wrote mystery, action adventure, science fiction, crime fiction, suspense, short stories, nonfiction, and was a comic scriptwriter, poet, screenwriter, essayist, and metaphysical scholar He publishedthan books in his long career, and his books have been published inthan foreign languages with close to two hundred million copies in print throughout the worldAfter producing a number of science fiction and mystery novels, Don launched in the phenomenal Mack Bolan The Executioner, which quickly emerged as the original, definitive Action Adventure series His successful paperback books inspired a new particularly American literary genre during the early s, and Don became known as the father of action adventure Although The Executioner Series is far and away my most significant contribution to world literature, I still do not perceive myself as belonging to any particular literary niche I am simply a storyteller, an entertainer who hopes to enthrall with visions of the reader s own incipient greatness Don Pendleton s original Executioner Series are now in ebooks, published by Open Road Media of the original novels Wikipedia Don Pendleton.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 176 pages
  • Cleveland Pipeline
  • Don Pendleton
  • English
  • 18 July 2017

10 thoughts on “Cleveland Pipeline

  1. Jake says:

    I loved this book In the series, this has been one of the best There isn t as much action as in many of the earlier stories, but I thought the action here was well done Of course, as always, Mack cuts through mob thugs like an enraged lawnmower The story in this one was solid.Early in, Mack saves a Federal Judge from two torpedoes, and the roughed up Judge gasps, Save the girl Mack flies into action, popping mobster heads with his.44 Automag The girl is a journalist who refuses to give I loved this book In the series, this has been one of the best There isn t as much action as in many of the earlier stories, but I thought the action here was well done Of course, as always, Mack cuts through mob thugs like an enraged lawnmower The story in this one was solid.Early in, Mack saves a Federal Judge from two torpedoes, and the roughed up Judge gasps, Save the girl Mack flies into action, popping mobster heads with his.44 Automag The girl is a journalist who refuses to give up what she s learned because she knows Mack is a rabid vigilante.What I really liked about this one was the main thug, Bad Tony Morello was a well made villain The hint that Don Pendleton is closing the series is very evident to the perceptive reader in this chapter of the greater story With all the big sharks officially out of the game, this book had the feeling of a mop up.I m sad that Don Pendleton s portion of this series is closing Only 8books to go I might read some of the books after Pendleton let the character go to other authors, but I have my doubts about where this series will go There were a couple spin off series that might be worth investigation, and a good friend suggested I look into the Remo Williams books Currently, my favorites in order of appearance are 3, 6, 10, 15, 26, 29 and 30

  2. Jennifer says:

    I ve never seen the words yeah and uh usedin my entire life I think, wow I bought this such a long time ago and I guess I never read it because I didn t seem to remember any of it The series is fun but this was not one of the best I ve read, that s for sure The later ones I think were better.

  3. Davidus1 says:

    I enjoyed this The Morello character is definitely dislikable The ending was a little different than expected but that made it fun to read Great series I like Don Pendleton s writing RIP

  4. James Hein says:

    Another one down.

  5. Mike says:

    Number 30 in the Executioner series, and the third of four published in 77 The author was proficient in pumping out action adventure novels short, concise and non stop.In this installment, Bolan has moved to Cleveland, which is close to the Canadian border, has a great highway system, access to shipping, and home headquarters to some big companies Just the picnic for the Mafia parasites he s vowed to eliminate.He s out to salvage some high society types who ve fallen prey to blackmail, and Number 30 in the Executioner series, and the third of four published in 77 The author was proficient in pumping out action adventure novels short, concise and non stop.In this installment, Bolan has moved to Cleveland, which is close to the Canadian border, has a great highway system, access to shipping, and home headquarters to some big companies Just the picnic for the Mafia parasites he s vowed to eliminate.He s out to salvage some high society types who ve fallen prey to blackmail, and found an unwitting ally in a female journalist who bounces justice ideas against his own internal system

  6. Timothy Boyd says:

    An excellent men s adventure series from the 60s, 70 s and 80 s The first 38 books are outstanding but then the series is taken over by a bunch of new writers writing under the name of the original creator and they take the series into a new direction I did not care for The first 38 books are very recommended

  7. Ronald says:

    read some time in 1981

  8. Steve H says:

    One of the weaker books in the series Action was a bit tame and the female interest irritating Feels like the author has run out of ideas and just regurgitating passages from his earlier books.

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