By Don Pendleton
Terror hijacks a global convention on guns of mass destruction in Stockholm whilst East Germans kidnap high-ranking executive officers, together with the U.S. vp. And the ransom demand—a element of every one country's GNP—is sufficient to cripple the world's economies. Failure to conform guarantees the hostages can be tortured and killed on a reside video feed. Mack Bolan has to grab a slender window of chance sooner than the predicament spins uncontrolled. however the tactically subtle terrorists remain one step sooner than him, relocating the hostages to secure homes world wide. In a cross-country blitz, he's obliged to confront pleasant multinational forces converging in a determined retaliation. Bolan negotiates the one phrases the terrorists comprehend: sure loss of life.
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