Thursday, May 07, 2015

Wednesday's Wrath (The Executioner #35)


Wednesday's Wrath - Don Pendleton

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Title: Wednesday's Wrath

Series: The Executioner

Author: Don Pendleton

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars

Genre: Action/Adventure

Pages: 138





A rogue general hooks up with a mafioso and a think tank genius gone bad. They plan to steal a nuclear arsenal from White Sands and sell it on the world black market.

Only Bolan, with his extra-legal jurisdiction, has a hope of stopping them.


My Thoughts:

Thankfully, April Rose isn't much involved in this story. I find her to be a distraction, since these books are so short and action-oriented instead of character oriented. She takes away from Mack blowing someone's brains out.


I really liked the idea of a group trying to steal such a massive arsenal from the United States and what it could mean for world events. It is fun to read things through the past's eyes [when hijacking planes was The Thing To Do if you were a terrorist, etc].

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