The Executioner (book series)

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The Executioner
The Executioner (Don Pendleton novel - cover art).jpg
Cover sample of The Executioner #1: War Against The Mafia
Country United States
Language English
Genre Action
Publisher Pinnacle (1969–1980)
Gold Eagle (1981–present)
Media type Print (Paperback)

The Executioner is a monthly men's action-adventure series following the exploits of Mack Bolan and his war against organized crime and international terrorism. The series spans #434 installments (as of January 2015) and has sold more than 200 million copies [1] since its debut installment War Against the Mafia. The series was created and initially written by American author Don Pendleton, who penned 37 of the original 38 Bolan novels. In 1980 Pendleton licensed the rights to Gold Eagle and was succeeded by a collective of ghostwriters.

Since its inception in 1969, The Executioner has spawned several spin-off series including: Able Team, Phoenix Force, and Stony Man. Every other month the series is complimented by the release of a SuperBolan; these titles are twice the length of a standard Executioner novel.

Background[edit]

Mack Bolan is a Vietnam War veteran serving as a sniper. It is in these jungles where the young Bolan honed his military capabilities and his deadly accuracy. His 97 confirmed kills gave birth to the nickname he would carry for the rest of his life: The Executioner. And yet amidst the chaos of war, Bolan also earned the moniker Sergeant Mercy, for his compassion and willingness to help innocent Vietnamese citizens put in harms way or wounded by the conflict around them.

During his tour of duty, Bolan was called home on emergency leave to bury his family, who were killed by their father, Sam Bolan, in a triple-murder/suicide. Upon his return home, Bolan learned loan sharks from a local branch of the Mafia "family" had forced his sister Cynthia into a life of prostitution to pay back the family debt. Upon learning the news, his father could not bear it and committed the horrendous act. Only Bolan's 14 year old brother Johnny survived his wounds.

Bolan realized that the real enemy was not in the jungles of Vietnam, but at home. The Mafia's schemes affected everday innocent civilians such as his own family. Using the tactics he learned during his military combat, Bolan refused to return to Vietnam and instead took his war to the Mafia. City by city, he strikes ruthlessly to bring down the mafia and to clean the country of this horrific criminal organization. His actions would divide opinions. Some government and law enforcement officials were pleased with his efforts, while some sought to bring his war to an end.

In the end, the government offered Bolan amnesty under the condition he work for them. Bolan accepted and emerged under the name Colonel John Phoenix beginning his war against terrorism and the KGB.[2] Bolan works in conjunction with Hal Brognola, the Director of the Sensitive Operations Group and the liaison between Bolan and the Oval Office. Phoenix was chosen to be Bolan's new alias in reference to the mythological bird that would resurrect itself from the ashes of a former life, just as Bolan had done after the events of Executioner #38, Satan's Sabbath.

Spinoff series[edit]

Mack Bolan and the members of Phoenix Force and Able Team.

In the Mack Bolan universe there are two covert tactical neutralization teams assigned to Stony Man but work separate from it, called Phoenix Force and Able Team. Each had their own series of books until 1991, when Gold Eagle combined both series into one, Stony Man. In addition, the SuperBolan series emerged in 1985. These books are double the size of a regular Executioner title and are released every other month.

In France a new spin-off series, "Kira B", featuring Mack Bolan's "daughter" Kira, has been published by Vauvenargues. Written under the pen name of Steven Belly, it follows the adventures of Kira, a young woman who appeared in "Le Réseau Phoenix" where she manipulated Mack Bolan to come out of his retirement to fight against cyber-criminals. Since then, she has helped her "father" in his fight against crime, and now is the heroine of her own series (two books published so far: "Ondes de Choc dans l'Oregon" (Shockwaves in Oregon) and "L'Aigle de Brandeburg" (Brandeburger Eagle) [3]

# Series Installments Years Active
1 Able Team 56 1982-1992
2 Phoenix Force 58 1982-1992
3 Stony Man 129[4] 1983, 1991–present
4 SuperBolan 171[5] 1983, 1985–present

The Executioner Mystery Magazine[edit]

Issue 4 of The Executioner Mystery Magazine (August 1975).

In 1975, Leonard J. Ackerman Productions produced Don Pendleton's The Executioner Mystery Magazine, a digest-sized, pulp magazine anthology series along the same lines as the Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine. The magazine had little connection to the Mack Bolan books save for the occasional story related to the Mafia. The magazine ran for only four issues, ending in August 1975, with the final issue titled simply The Executioner Mystery Magazine.[6]

Other media[edit]

Movie screenplay[edit]

Joseph E. Levine contracted Richard Maibaum in 1972 to write a screenplay, based on the fifth and sixth volumes, Continental Contract[7] and Assault on Soho.[8] Later announcements were made of Executioner projects to be directed by Burt Reynolds; to star Sylvester Stallone (with Cynthia Rothrock slated to appear opposite),[9] but the ideas never went forward.[10]

Comics[edit]

The Executioner: War Against the Mafia Comic adapted by Don Pendleton and Linda Pendleton, published 1993 by Innovation Comics, Part One - Three. Final Part Four was not published due to Innovation closing. Art work by Sandu Florea.

The Executioner: Death Squad, adapted by Linda Pendleton, art by Sandu Florea, 128 page black and white comic, published 1996 by Vivid Comics.

The Executioner has been adapted into a five part comic book series by IDW written by Doug Wojtowicz and illustrated by SI. Gallant. Also issued as a graphic novel, Don Pendleton's The Executioner The Devil's Tool, November 2008. Introduction by Linda Pendleton: "Don Pendleton's Creation of Mack Bolan, The Executioner."

Works inspired by the Executioner series[edit]

The Executioner is often cited as the inspiration for the Marvel Comics character The Punisher, who also fights the Mafia, as well as James Glickenhaus's films The Exterminator and Exterminator 2.

Authors[edit]

See: List of authors in the Executioner series.

Series listing[edit]

See: List of Mack Bolan books
  • 001: War Against the Mafia
  • 002: Death Squad
  • 003: Battle Mask
  • 004: Miami Massacre
  • 005: Continental Contract
  • 006: Assault on Soho
  • 007: Nightmare in New York
  • 008: Chicago Wipeout
  • 009: Vegas Vendetta
  • 010: Caribbean Kill
  • 011: California Hit
  • 012: Boston Blitz
  • 013: Washington I.O.U.
  • 014: San Diego Siege
  • 015: Panic in Philly
  • 016: Sicilian Slaughter (written by "Jim Petersen" (a pseudonym))
  • 017: Jersey Guns
  • 018: Texas Storm
  • 019: Detroit Deathwatch
  • 020: New Orleans Knockout
  • 021: Firebase Seattle
  • 022: Hawaiian Hellground
  • 023: St. Louis Showdown
  • 024: Canadian Crisis
  • 025: Colorado Kill-Zone
  • 026: Acapulco Rampage
  • 027: Dixie Convoy
  • 028: Savage Fire
  • The Executioner's War Book (not a novel, but an overview of the series to this point, with descriptions and schematic drawings of his weapons and War Wagon, lists of characters, excerpts from the novels, and letters from fans with Pendleton's original return mail replies
  • 029: Command Strike
  • 030: Cleveland Pipeline
  • 031: Arizona Ambush
  • 032: Tennessee Smash
  • 033: Monday's Mob
  • 034: Terrible Tuesday
  • 035: Wednesday's Wrath
  • 036: Thermal Thursday
  • 037: Friday's Feast
  • 038: Satan's Sabbath (Pendleton's last)
  • 039: The New War (taken over by an indirectly credited team of writers as "Don Pendleton's Mack Bolan")
  • 040: Double Crossfire
  • 041: The Violent Streets
  • 042: The Iranian Hit (written by Stephen Mertz)
  • 043: Return to Vietnam (written by Stephen Mertz)
  • 044: Terrorist Summit
  • 045: Paramilitary Plot
  • 046: Bloodsport
  • 047: Renegade Agent
  • 048: The Libya Connection (written by Stephen Mertz)
  • 049: Doomsday Disciples
  • 050: Brothers in Blood
  • 051: Vulture's Vengeance
  • 052: Tuscany Terror (written by Stephen Mertz)
  • 053: The Invisible Assassins
  • 054: Mountain Rampage
  • 055: Paradine's Gauntlet
  • 056: Island Deathtrap
  • 057: Flesh Wounds
  • 058: Ambush on Blood River
  • 059: Crude Kill
  • 060: Sold for Slaughter
  • 061: Tiger War
  • 062: Day of Mourning (Day of Mourning Trilogy #1) (written by Stephen Mertz)
  • 063: The New War Book (not a novel, but an overview of the series post-Pinnacle
  • 064: Dead Man Running (Day of Mourning Trilogy #3) (written by Stephen Mertz)
  • 065: Cambodia Clash
  • 066: Orbiting Omega
  • 067: Beirut Payback (written by Stephen Mertz)
  • 068: Prairie Fire
  • 069: Skysweeper
  • 070: Ice Cold Kill
  • 071: Blood Dues
  • 072: Hellbinder
  • 073: Appointment in Kabul (written by Stephen Mertz)
  • 074: Savannah Swingsaw
  • 075: The Bone Yard
  • 076: Teheran Wipeout (written by Stephen Mertz)
  • 077: Hollywood Hell
  • 078: Death Games
  • 079: Council of Kings
  • 080: Running Hot
  • 081: Shock Waves
  • 082: Hammerhead Reef
  • 083: Missouri Deathwatch
  • 084: Fastburn
  • 085: Sunscream
  • 086: Hell's Gate
  • 087: Hellfire Crusade
  • 088: Baltimore Trackdown
  • 089: Defenders and Believers
  • 090: Blood Heat Zero
  • 091: The Trial
  • 092: Moscow Massacre (written by Stephen Mertz)
  • 093: The Fire Eaters
  • 094: Save the Children (written by Stephen Mertz)
  • 095: Blood and Thunder
  • 096: Death Has a Name
  • 097: Meltdown
  • 098: Black Dice
  • 099: Code of Dishonor
  • 100: Blood Testament
  • 101: Eternal Triangle
  • 102: Split Image
  • 103: Assault on Rome
  • 104: Devil's Horn
  • 105: Countdown to Chaos
  • 106: Run to Ground
  • 107: American Nightmare
  • 108: Time to Kill
  • 109: Hong Kong Hit List
  • 110: Trojan Horse
  • 111: The Fiery Cross
  • 112: Blood of the Lion
  • 113: Vietnam Fallout
  • 114: Cold Judgment
  • 115: Circle of Steel
  • 116: The Killing Urge
  • 117: Vendetta in Venice
  • 118: Warrior's Revenge
  • 119: Line of Fire
  • 120: Border Sweep
  • 121: Twisted Path
  • 122: Desert Strike
  • 123: War Born
  • 124: Night Kill
  • 125: Dead Man's Tale
  • 126: Death Wind
  • 127: Kill Zone
  • 128: Sudan Slaughter
  • 129: Haitian Hit
  • 130: Dead Line
  • 131: Ice Wolf
  • 132: The Big Kill
  • 133: Blood Run
  • 134: White Line War
  • 135: Devil Force
  • 136: Down and Dirty
  • 137: Battle Lines
  • 138: Kill Trap
  • 139: Cutting Edge
  • 140: Wild Card
  • 141: Direct Hit
  • 142: Fatal Error
  • 143: Helldust Cruise
  • 144: Whipsaw
  • 145: Chicago Payoff
  • 146: Deadly Tactics
  • 147: Payback Game
  • 148: Deep and Swift
  • 149: Blood Rules (The Medellin Trilogy #1)
  • 150: Death Load
  • 151: Message to Medellin (The Medellin Trilogy #3)
  • 152: Combat Stretch
  • 153: Firebase Florida
  • 154: Night Hit
  • 155: Hawaiian Heat
  • 156: Phantom Force
  • 157 - Cayman Strike
  • 158: Firing Line
  • 159: Steel and Flame
  • 160: Storm Warning (Storm Trilogy #1)
  • 161: Eye of the Storm (Storm Trilogy #2)
  • 162: Colors of Hell
  • 163: Warrior's Edge
  • 164: Death Trail
  • 165: Fire Sweep
  • 166: Assassin's Creed
  • 167: Double Action
  • 168: Blood Price
  • 169: White Heat
  • 170: Baja Blitz
  • 171: Deadly Force
  • 172: Fast Strike
  • 173: Capital Hit
  • 174: Battle Plan (Freedom Trilogy #1)
  • 175: Battle Ground (Freedom Trilogy #2)
  • 176: Ransom Run
  • 177: Evil Code
  • 178: Black Hand
  • 179: War Hammer
  • 180: Force Down
  • 181: Shifting Target
  • 182: Lethal Agent
  • 183: Clean Sweep
  • 184: Death Warrant
  • 185: Sudden Fury
  • 186: Fire Burst (Terror Trilogy #1)
  • 187: Cleansing Flame (Terror Trilogy #2)
  • 188: War Paint
  • 189: Wellfire
  • 190: Killing Range
  • 191: Extreme Force
  • 192: Maximum Impact
  • 193: Hostile Action
  • 194: Deadly Contest
  • 195: Select Fire (Arms Trilogy #1)
  • 196: Triburst (Arms Trilogy #2)
  • 197: Armed Force (Arms Trilogy #3)
  • 198: Shoot Down
  • 199: Rogue Agent
  • 200: Crisis Point
  • 201: Prime Target
  • 202: Combat Zone
  • 203: Hard Contact
  • 204: Rescue Run
  • 205: Hell Road
  • 206: Hunting Cry
  • 207: Freedom Strike
  • 208: Death Whisper
  • 209: Asian Crucible
  • 210: Fire Lash (Red Dragon Trilogy #1)
  • 211: Steel Claws (Red Dragon Trilogy #2)
  • 212: Ride the Beast (Red Dragon Trilogy #3)
  • 213: Blood Harvest
  • 214: Fission Fury
  • 215: Fire Hammer
  • 216: Death Force
  • 217: Fight or Die
  • 218: End Game
  • 219: Terror Intent
  • 220: Tiger Stalk
  • 221: Blood and Fire
  • 222: Patriot Gambit (American Trilogy #1)
  • 223: Hour of Conflict (American Trilogy #2)
  • 224: Call to Arms (American Trilogy #3)
  • 225: Body Armor
  • 226: Red Horse
  • 227: Blood Circle
  • 228: Terminal Option
  • 229: Zero Tolerance
  • 230: Deep Attack
  • 231: Slaughter Squad
  • 232: Jackal Hunt
  • 233: Tough Justice
  • 234: Target Command (Power Trilogy #1)
  • 235: Plague Wind (Power Trilogy #2)
  • 236: Vengeance Rising (Power Trilogy #3)
  • 237: Hellfire Trigger
  • 238: Crimson Tide
  • 239: Hostile Proximity
  • 240: Devil's Guard
  • 241: Evil Reborn (The Hydra Trilogy #1)
  • 242: Doomsday Conspiracy (The Hydra Trilogy #2)
  • 243: Assault Reflex (The Hydra Trilogy #3)
  • 244: Judas Kill
  • 245: Virtual Destruction
  • 246: Blood of the Earth
  • 247: Black Dawn Rising
  • 248: Rolling Death
  • 249: Shadow Target
  • 250: Warning Shot (The Border Fire Trilogy #1)
  • 251: Kill Radius (The Border Fire Trilogy #2)
  • 252: Death Line (The Border Fire Trilogy #3)
  • 253: Risk Factor
  • 254: Chill Effect
  • 255: War Bird
  • 256: Point of Impact
  • 257: Precision Play
  • 258: Target Lock
  • 259: Nightfire (Lord of the Seas Trilogy #1)
  • 260: Dayhunt (Lord of the Seas Trilogy #2)
  • 261: Dawnkill (Lord of the Seas Trilogy #3)
  • 262: Trigger Point (COMCON Wars #1)
  • 263: Skysniper
  • 264: Iron Fist (COMCON Wars #2)
  • 265: Freedom Force
  • 266: Ultimate Price (COMCON Wars #3)
  • 267: Invisible Invader
  • 268: Shattered Trust (The Conspiracy Trilogy #1)
  • 269: Shifting Shadows (The Conspiracy Trilogy #2)
  • 270: Judgment Day (The Conspiracy Trilogy #3)
  • 271: Cyberhunt
  • 272: Stealth Striker
  • 273: Uforce
  • 274: Rogue Target
  • 275: Crossed Borders
  • 276: Leviathan
  • 277: Dirty Mission
  • 278: Triple Reverse
  • 279: Fire Wind
  • 280: Fear Rally
  • 281: Blood Stone
  • 282: Jungle Conflict
  • 283: Ring of Retaliation
  • 284: Devil's Army (The Doomsday Trilogy #1)
  • 285: Final Strike (The Doomsday Trilogy #2)
  • 286: Armageddon Exit (The Doomsday Trilogy #3)
  • 287: Rogue Warrior
  • 288: Arctic Blast
  • 289: Vendetta Force
  • 290: Pursued
  • 291: Blood Trade
  • 292: Savage Game
  • 293: Death Merchants
  • 294: Scorpion Rising
  • 295: Hostile Alliance
  • 296: Nuclear Game (The Moon Shadow Trilogy, #1)
  • 297: Deadly Pursuit (The Moon Shadow Trilogy, #2)
  • 298: Final Play (The Moon Shadow Trilogy, #3)
  • 299: Dangerous Encounter
  • 300: Warrior's Requiem
  • 301: Blast Radius
  • 302: Shadow Search
  • 303: Sea of Terror
  • 304: Soviet Specter
  • 305: Point Position
  • 306: Mercy Mission
  • 307: Hard Pursuit
  • 308: Into the Fire (OrgCrime Trilogy #1)
  • 309: Flames of Fury (OrgCrime Trilogy #2)
  • 310: Killing Heat (OrgCrime Trilogy #3)
  • 311: Night of the Knives
  • 312: Death Gamble
  • 313: Lockdown
  • 314: Lethal Payload
  • 315: Agent of Peril
  • 316: Poison Justice
  • 317: Hour of Judgement
  • 318: Code of Resistance
  • 319: Entry Point (The Carnivore Project #1)
  • 320: Exit Code (The Carnivore Project #2)
  • 321: Suicide Highway
  • 322: Time Bomb
  • 323: Soft Target
  • 324: Terminal Zone
  • 325: Edge of Hell
  • 326: Blood Tide
  • 327: Serpent's Lair
  • 328: Triangle of Terror
  • 329: Hostile Crossing
  • 330: Dual Action
  • 331: Assault Force
  • 332: Slaughter House
  • 333: Aftershock
  • 334: Jungle Justice
  • 335: Blood Vector
  • 336: Homeland Terror
  • 337: Tropic Blast
  • 338: Nuclear Reaction
  • 339: Deadly Contact
  • 340: Splinter Cell
  • 341: Rebel Force
  • 342: Double Play
  • 343: Border War
  • 344: Primal Law
  • 345: Orange Alert
  • 346: Vigilante Run
  • 347: Dragon's Den
  • 348: Carnage Code
  • 349: Firestorm
  • 350: Volatile Agent
  • 351: Hell Night
  • 352: Killing Trade
  • 353: Black Death Reprise
  • 354: Ambush Force
  • 355: Outback Assault
  • 356: Defense Breach
  • 357: Extreme Justice
  • 358: Blood Toll
  • 359: Desperate Passage
  • 360: Mission to Burma
  • 361: Final Resort
  • 362: Patriot Acts
  • 363: Face of Terror
  • 364: Hostile Odds
  • 365: Collision Course
  • 366: Pele's Fire
  • 367: Loose Cannon
  • 368: Crisis Nation
  • 369: Dangerous Tides
  • 370: Dark Alliance
  • 371: Fire Zone
  • 372: Lethal Compound
  • 373: Code of Honor
  • 374: System Corruption
  • 375: Salvador Strike
  • 376: Frontier Fury
  • 377: Desperate Cargo
  • 378: Death run
  • 379: Deep Recon
  • 380: Silent Threat
  • 381: Killing Ground
  • 382: Threat Factor
  • 383: Raw Fury
  • 384: Cartel Clash
  • 385: Recovery Force
  • 386: Crucial Intercept
  • 387: Powder Burn
  • 388: Final Coup
  • 389: Deadly Command
  • 390: Toxic Terrain
  • 391: Enemy Agents
  • 392: Shadow Hunt
  • 393: Stand Down
  • 394: Trial by Fire
  • 395: Hazard Zone
  • 396: Fatal Combat
  • 397: Damage Radius
  • 398: Battle Cry
  • 399: Nuclear Storm
  • 400: Blind Justice
  • 401: Jungle Hunt
  • 402: Rebel Trade
  • 403: Line of Honor
  • 404: Final Judgement
  • 405: Lethal Diversion (August 2012)
  • 406: Survival Mission (September 2012)
  • 407: Throw Down (October 2012)
  • 408: Border Offensive (November 2012)
  • 409: Blood Vendetta (December 2012)
  • 410: Hostile Force (January 2013)
  • 411: Cold Fusion (February 2013)
  • 412: Night's Reckoning (March 2013)
  • 413: Double Cross (April 2013)
  • 414: Prison Code (May 2013)
  • 415: Ivory Wave (June 2013)
  • 416: Extraction (July 2013)
  • 417: Rogue Assault (August 2013)
  • 418: Viral Siege (September 2013)
  • 419: Sleeping Dragons (October 2013)
  • 420: Rebel Blast (November 2013)
  • 421: Hard Targets (December 2013)
  • 422: Nigeria Meltdown (January 2014)
  • 423: Breakout (February 2014)
  • 424: Amazon Impunity (March 2014)
  • 425: Patriot Strike (April 2014)
  • 426: Pirate offensive (May 2014)
  • 427: Pacific Creed (June 2014)
  • 428: Desert Impact (July 2014)
  • 429: Arctic Kill (August 2014)
  • 430: Deadly Salvage (September 2014)
  • 431: Maximum Chaos (October 2014
  • 432: Slayground (November 2014)
  • 433: Point Blank (December 2014)
  • 434: Savage Deadlock (January 2015)

SuperBolan series listing[edit]

  • 001: Stony Man Doctrine (1984)
  • 002: Terminal Velocity (April 1984)
  • 003: Resurrection Day (February 1985)
  • 004: Dirty War (September 1985)
  • 005: Flight 741 (April 1986)
  • 006: Dead Easy (September 1986)
  • 007: Sudden Death (January 1987)
  • 008: Rogue Force (May 1987)
  • 009: Tropic Heat (August 1987)
  • 010: Fire in the Sky (1988)
  • 011: Anvil of Hell (March 1988)
  • 012: Flash Point (July 1988)
  • 013: Flesh and Blood (October 1988)
  • 014: Moving Target (January 1989)
  • 015: Tightrope (April 1989)
  • 016: Blowout (1989)
  • 017: Blood Fever (October 1989)
  • 018: Knockdown (February 1990)
  • 019: Assault (April 1990)
  • 020: Backlash (September 1990)
  • 021: Siege (November 1990)
  • 022: Blockade (March 1991)
  • 023: Evil Kingdom (June 1991)
  • 024: Counterblow (August 1991)
  • 025: Hardline (November 1991)
  • 026: Firepower (February 1992)
  • 027: Storm Burst (Storm Trilogy #3) (June 1992)
  • 028: Intercept (August 1992)
  • 029: Lethal Impact (November 1992)
  • 030: Deadfall (Jan 1993)
  • 031: Onslaught (May 1993)
  • 032: Battle Force (Freedom Trilogy #3) (July 1993)
  • 033: Rampage (November 1993)
  • 034: Takedown (January 1994)
  • 035: Death's Head (March 1994)
  • 036: Hellground (June 1994)
  • 037: Inferno (Terror Trilogy #3) (July 1994)
  • 038: Ambush (September 1994)
  • 039: Blood Strike (November 1994)
  • 040: Killpoint (January 1995)
  • 041: Vendetta (March 1995)
  • 042: Stalk Line May 1995)
  • 043: Omega Game (August 1995)
  • 044: Shock Tactic (September 1995)
  • 045: Showdown (November 1995)
  • 046: Precision Kill (January 1996)
  • 047: Jungle Law (April 1996)
  • 048: Dead Center (June 1996)
  • 049: Tooth and Claw (August 1996)
  • 050: Red Heat (October 1996)
  • 051: Thermal Strike (December 1996)
  • 052: Day of the Vulture (February 1997)
  • 053: Flames of Wrath (March 1997)
  • 054: High Aggression (June 1997)
  • 055: Code of Bushido (August 1997)
  • 056: Terror Spin (October 1997)
  • 057: Judgment in Stone (December 1997)
  • 058: Rage for Justice (January 1998)
  • 059: Rebels and Hostiles (April 1998)
  • 060: Ultimate Game (April 1998)
  • 061: Blood Feud (June 1998)
  • 062: Renegade Force (October 1998)
  • 063: Retribution (December 1998)
  • 064: Initiation (Four Horsemen Trilogy #1) (February 1999)
  • 065: Cloud of Death (Four Horsemen Trilogy #2) (April 1999)
  • 066: Termination Point (Four Horsemen Trilogy #3) (June 1999)
  • 067: Hellfire Strike (August 1999)
  • 068: Code of Conflict (October 1999)
  • 069: Vengeance (December 1999)
  • 070: Executive Action (February 2000)
  • 071: Killsport (April 2000)
  • 072: Conflagration (June 2000)
  • 073: Storm Front (July 2000)
  • 074: War Season (September 2000)
  • 075: Evil Alliance (November 2000)
  • 076: Scorched Earth (January 2001)
  • 077: Deception (March 2001)
  • 078: Destiny's Hour (The Tyranny Files #1)(May 2001)
  • 079: Power of the Lance (The Tyranny Files #2)(July 2001)
  • 080: A Dying Evil (The Tyranny Files #3) (January 2002)
  • 081: Deep Treachery (November 2001)
  • 082: Warload (January 2002)
  • 083: Sworn Enemies (March 2002)
  • 084: Dark Truth (May 2002)
  • 085: Breakaway (July 2002)
  • 086: Blood and Sand (September 2002)
  • 087: Caged (November 2002)
  • 088: Sleepers (January 2003)
  • 089: Strike and Retrieve March (March 2003)
  • 090: Age of War (May 2003)
  • 091: Line of Control (Frontier Wars duology, #1) (July 2003)
  • 092: Breached (Frontier Wars duology, #2) (September 2003)
  • 093: Retaliation (Sequel to MB #300) (November 2003)
  • 094: Pressure Point (January 2004)
  • 095: Silent Running (March 2004)
  • 096: Stolen Arrows (May 2004)
  • 097: Zero Option (July 2004)
  • 098: Predator Paradise (September 2004)
  • 099: Circle of Deception (November 2004)
  • 100: Devil's Bargain (January 2005)
  • 101: False Front (March 2005)
  • 102: Lethal Tribute (May 2005)
  • 103: Season of Slaughter (July 2005)
  • 104: Point of Betrayal (September 2005)
  • 105: Ballistic Force (November 2005)
  • 106: Renegade (January 2006)
  • 107: Survival Reflex (March 2006)
  • 108: Path to War (May 2006)
  • 109: Blood Dynasty (July 2006)
  • 110: Ultimate Stakes (September 2006)
  • 111: State of Evil (November 2006)
  • 112: Force Lines (January 2007)
  • 113: Contagion Option (March 2007)
  • 114: Hellfire Code (May 2007)
  • 115: War Drums (July 2007)
  • 116: Ripple Effect (September 2007)
  • 117: Devil's Playground (November 2007)
  • 118: The Killing Rule (January 2008)
  • 119: Patriot Play (September 2007)
  • 120: Appointment in Baghdad (November 2007)
  • 121: Havana Five (July 2008)
  • 122: The Judas Project (October 2007)
  • 123: Plains of Fire (May 2008)
  • 124: Colony of Evil (January 2009)
  • 125: Hard Passage (March 2009)
  • 126: Interception (May 2009)
  • 127: Cold War Reprise (July 2009)
  • 128: Mission: Apocalypse (September 2009)
  • 129: Altered State (October 2009)
  • 130: Killing Game (November 2009)
  • 131: Diplomacy Directive (January 2010)
  • 132: Betrayed (March 2010)
  • 133: Sabotage (April 2010)
  • 134: Conflict Zone (June 2010)
  • 135: Blood Play (July 2010)
  • 136: Desert Fallout (September 2010)
  • 137: Extraordinary Rendition (October 2010)
  • 138: Devil's Mark (December 2010)
  • 139: Savage Rule (January 2011)
  • 140: Infiltration (March 2011)
  • 141: Resurgence (April 2011)
  • 142: Kill Shot (June 2011)
  • 143: Stealth Sweep (July 2011)
  • 144: Grave Mercy(September 2011)
  • 145: Treason Play (October 2011)
  • 146: Assassin's Code (November 2011)
  • 147: Shadow Strike (January 2012)
  • 148: Decision Point (March 2012)
  • 149: Road of Bones (April 2012)
  • 150: Radical Edge (June 2012)
  • 151: Fireburst (July 2012)
  • 152: Oblivion Pact (September 2012)
  • 153: Enemy Arsenal (October 2012)
  • 154: State of War (December 2012)
  • 155: Ballistic (January 2013)
  • 156: Escalation Tactic (March 2013)
  • 157: Crisis Diplomacy (April 2013)
  • 158: Apocalypse Ark (June 2013)
  • 159: Lethal Stakes (July 2013)
  • 160: Illicit Supply (September 2013)
  • 161: Explosive Demand (October 2013)
  • 162: Ground Zero (December 2013)
  • 163: Jungle Firestorm(January 2014)
  • 164: Terror Ballot (March 2014)
  • 165: Death Metal (April 2014)
  • 166: Justice Run (June 2014)
  • 167: China White (July 2014)
  • 168: Payback (September 2014)
  • 169: Chain Reaction (October 2014)
  • 170: Nightmare Army (December 2014)
  • 171: Critical Exposure (January 2015)

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