The rise of two ironfisted dictators creates a stunning national security threat for the American government: open war with Mexico. The volatile leaders of Honduras and Mexico have a blood deal financed by black gold, an oil pipeline built across Guatemala. Mack Bolan accepts a clear directive from the Man-stop the guerrilla raids and repel the invasion force. Bolan brings hell to Honduras, smashing the pipeline and blitzing through the shock troops spreading waves of terror across Central America. Gaining and keeping the battlefield momentum is Bolan's stock in trade. But the end game means neutralizing a violent incursion onto U.S. soil and toppling two brutal regimes by any and all means necessary.
by Don Pendleton
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