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Tiger War (Mack Bolan No 61) Mass Market Paperback – December 1, 1983
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Bolan is once again teamed with a Montagnard army, but frequently they are not willing to fight their tradtional enemies of 4,000 years: the Chinese. They can be induced to do so only through large sums of money and arms packages. Also, fearing reprisals, they do not want to back a loser, so until Mack Bolan can show them he intends to win this battle against the Chinese Tiger Enterprises, they will not join him.
This book is an interesting and safisfying read, and one look at Bolan riding atop an elephant on the cover shows that this will not be just another book. I've read some reviews elsewhere that did not like this book or CAMBODIAN CLASH, both written by the same author, Tom Jagninski. However, I share none of those views finding both TIGER WAR #61 and CAMBODIAN CLASH #65 excellant books on the Executioner, carrying forward his crusade of good against evil. Furthermore, I believe both books should be read together as they concern much of the same Southeast Asia areas.