The drug-pushing scum of the Triad held half of Southeast Asia in its iron grip. No one crossed them: those who tried were tortured until they begged for death. The U.S. Government had been trying to break up the Triad for years, but each new attempt failed more dismally than the last. Then, the drug lords made a mistake. They snatched a DEA agent who had an army buddy named Stosh Coltray. A crack mercenary trained in the jungles of Vietnam, Coltray was a lethal weapon whose aim never faltered. He knew he was the only one who could save his friend--and nothing the Triad could do would stop him.
Used availability for David Alexander's Coltray
October 1990 : USA Mass Market Paperback