(Book 295 in the Executioner series)
A novel by Don Pendleton (Jerry Van Cook)
Bolan stalks the underbelly of Central America.
Francisco Gothe is the godfather of southern Costa Rica, a human monster whose real estate and resort holdings front the world's biggest illegal antiquities smuggling business. He's built an empire desecrating sacred burial grounds with slave labor, leaving a trail of blood and murder in his wake. Ruthless and cold-blooded, he's got the right people in law and government on his payroll and considers himself untouchable.
Mack Bolan considers Gothe a dead man. But first, he's going undercover as one of Gothe's enforcers, to run interference on the kingpin's biggest deal - joining forces with one of Central America's most powerful drug smugglers.
In a land where cocaine is king, and corruption and murder are the cost of doing business, the Executioner knows bankruptcy is best declared with a well-aimed bullet.
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