Africa's first narco-state, Guinea-Bissau, has become a powerful transhipment point for Colombian and Mexican cartels. But when the country's traffickers work their way into the U.S. and DEA officers are killed trying to take them down, the President decides it's time to put an end to the illicit trade.
Mack Bolan is unable to legally confront the drug kingpin of the country, so his mission is to go in under the radar and clean house. Striking the drug factories one by one and dodging bullets at every turn, Bolan soon learns that everyonefrom the corrupt leaders in the military to the police departmentis part of the drug ring. There's only one way justice can be served, and the Executioner is determined to be the last man standing.
|Series:||Executioner Series , #417|
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About the Author
Phil Elmore is a freelance journalist, author, and technical writer who lives and works in Western New York State. He has contributed extensively to various trade magazines in the "tactical" gear and self-defense fields. He is also the senior editor of an IP development company based in Florida and the author of multiple commercially published scifi and action novels.