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Mike McCray

Mike McCray
  • The world’s deadliest mercenaries—the Black Berets—are sent to Key Isabella, a tiny Caribbean island just a hundred miles from the Florida coast, to overthrow a dictatorship thriving on a billion-dollar drug-smuggling operation. But soon they confront a police force that is as corrupt and savage as the nation’s tyrant.

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  • In this latest adventure, the world’s deadliest mercenaries—the Black Berets—take on a mad Indian guru and his ruthless army of fanatics who have stolen two atomic bombs and threaten to ignite them on the slightest provocation.

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  • Against a deadly alliance of Japanese smarts and KGB savagery, they were striking back—with everything they had!

    Kyushu Electronics—it seemed a most unlikely target for the world’s most feared team of fighting men. But the Soviets have turned it into a fortress where the country’s top scientists are forced to complete a top secret project: a supercomputer with enough byte to turn the Star Wars defense system into space debris.

    No one had to tell the Black Berets they’d be fighting the battle of their lives. For the five warriors had come to the land of the samurai and the ninja assassin ready to practice their own code of lethal arts—to die with honor or kill with a vengeance!

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  • The worst nightmare has finally come true. Someone of immense wealth and power has illegally gained possession of five atomic bombs. The theft seems the work of some Third World lunatic … until a deadly raid on a Libyan terrorist training camp proves to be only a warm-up for the main event—in Portugal.

    Not even the Black Berets want to consider the consequences of failure. Can they find the bombs in time and crush a ruthless international cabal? Can five renegade commandos stop a summit of terror called by a madman bent on auctioning off doomsday to the highest bidder?

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  • National hero, military genius—too bad the Black Berets had him marked for death …

    The Lion of Salvador was the darling of the American press. But his heroic image disguised a vicious tyrant who ruled a vast drug empire that stretched from the coco fields of the Andes to the streets of New York. His savgery was unspeakable, his shock troops unstoppable, his firepower devastating.

    Solution: send in five good men.

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  • In Mesa County, Nevada, the tide of history was about to change. A tiny tribe of Indigenous Americans had just beaten the white man in his own court—and won title to some of the richest land in America. But some people were poor losers. And if they couldn’t hold onto the land … they’d simply eliminate its rightful owners.

    With a handful of poorly armed Native Americans facing a lynch mob led by the county sheriff and backed by corporate millions, Mesa County might be the setting for another Wounded Knee. Until the Black Berets get in on the action and show how professionals handle a massacre.

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  • The main event is manslaughter.

    Someone wanted to overthrow the government of San Sebastian, a country whose tiny army, nonaligned status, and location on the deadly curve of Central America made it ripe for subversion. The first try was an attempted hit on its president on a crowded street in Washington. The second was an invasion from the sea.

    Both times the Black Berets were there to keep the worst from happening. But how long could five men and one boy hold out against an army of the world’s most skilled assassins? An army with limitless resources—and the patience to keep on killing?

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  • The Black Berets have met the enemy—and he lives next door!

    Letting a struggling Chicano gas company run its pipeline across their Louisiana land struck the Black Berets as a good idea—especially once Cowboy got an eyeball on Isabella Cifuentes, its stunning, sultry president. But the contract, it seemed, contained some very fine and lethal print.

    A Texas oil magnate allied with a fanatical right-wing cult had made an unholy alliance to keep the territory free of Mexicans and competition—even if it meant taking his grievance to the people next door.

    But when your neighbors happen to be a quintet of renegade warriors, your backyard may become a burying ground … and the bone you came to pick may just turn out to be your own!

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  • The Black Palm called themselves a nation, though their own people had cast them out. They called themselves an army, but made war on unarmed men, women and children. And in their fanatical crusade, they might strike anywhere. Even in the tiny Caribbean republic of New Neuzen.

    The only thing that stood between New Neuzen and a terrorist bloodbath were five American tourists. Those tourists happened to be the Black Berets, the dirtiest—and deadliest—warriors on earth. And they had not come to New Neuzen for a vacation. Unless your idea of a holiday is total war!

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  • They’d survived everything the Vietcong could throw at them. Now they’d throw it back … at the American renegade who’d betrayed them.

    The Black Berets had to hand it to Parkes, their former CIA case officer. First he’d sent them on a suicide mission to Vietnam. Then he’d sent some CIA hitmen to finish them off when the enemy couldn’t. And the moment they set foot stateside, the world’s meanest mercenaries found that Parkes had arranged another lethal welcome.

    Well, they’d never liked Parkes much. But how were they going to tell him? First they had to find him, and that would take Beeker, Rosie, Cowboy, Harry, and Marty, from the bayous of Louisiana to an academy of terror in the Libyan desert, where they’d get a chance to say just what they had in mind—with bullets and a body bag.

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  • The Black Berets learned their lethal skills on the secret battlefields of Vietnam. In this classic novel of wartime adventure, once the Black Berets start fighting for themselves, what will it take to be able to stop them?

    In the dirty war of covert operations, they were the government’s most deadly secret weapon—the CIA trained them for one thing and one thing only—to kill swiftly, silently, and mercilessly. Then it turned them loose on the battlefields of Asia, sending them out on missions so ugly that not even the army could be told. But now the war was over. Beak, Rosie, Cowboy, Harry, and Runt were in limbo until their old CIA control sent them back into the hell of Vietnam in search of a man who should be dead. Could five shell-shocked vets become a combat-honed killing machine again? And, if they could, how long would it be before the CIA acted to stop them, to shut them down—for keeps.

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