With a new face and an old foe, the Executioner sets out to avenge his friends
Of the ten members of Mack Bolan's death squad formed to take his war against the Mafia to a bloody new level, seven are dead and two are in jail. Only Bolan, the crack sniper known as the Executioner, remains. There's a $100,000 bounty on his head, and every cop in Los Angeles is on his tail. After narrowly escaping a mob assault on his hideout, Bolan decides to lose his greatest liability: his face.
With the help of a former army surgeon, Bolan's chiseled jaw and steely eyes are transformed into the features of someone unrecognizable-and decidedly Sicilian. With trademark cunning, Bolan infiltrates the syndicate that butchered his friends, cozying up to the boss's daughter in search of vengeance. Soon, his new face, like the one before it, will strike terror into the hearts of mafiosi everywhere.
Don Pendleton was born in Little Rock, Arkansas. He served in the US Navy during World War II and the Korean War. His first short story was published in 1957, but it was not until 1967, at the age of forty, that he left his career as an aerospace engineer and turned to writing full-time. After producing a number of science fiction and mystery novels, in 1969, Pendleton launched the Executioner saga with War Against the Mafia. The series, starring Vietnam veteran Mack Bolan, was so successful it inspired a new American literary genre, and Pendleton became known as the father of action-adventure.