Book Reviews of The Executioner #16 : Sicilian Slaughter

The Executioner #16 : Sicilian Slaughter
The Executioner 16 Sicilian Slaughter
Author: Jim Peterson
ISBN-13: 9780523005522
ISBN-10: 0523005520
Publication Date: 1977
  • Currently 4.5/5 Stars.

4.5 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Pinnacal Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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I started off hating this book, because Jim's writng style is a lot different then Don Pendleton's, and it shows. That aside, after reading the first few chapters I felt like i was reading a completely different series, the author obviously never grasped the concept of the character. Mack Bolan's character never harms innocent people, women or cops. The book starts off with Bolan shooting a women completely naked out an airplane window from explosive decompression. I almost threw the book in my fireplace after reading that, granted i laughed. But I forced myself to finish it and the later chapters where a lot better and overall it was worth reading.