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   Baltimore Trackdown, by Don Pendleton  
 
  Novel, first publication in April 1986
 
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      Written by Alan Bomack.

    A crack Soviet scientist has invented a computer that can 'think' like a human being. And the West sees the development as a lethal threat if this brilliant mind is allowed to remain in the U.S.S.R. Disenchanted with the Russian brand of communism, the scientist wishes to defect. An old ally asks Mack Bolan to help spirit the electronic wizard out of Kiev, after sabotaging the computer. But the Executioner's cover is blown the moment he lands in enemy territory. Unfazed, Bolan's combat cool matches the bone-chilling winter as he makes the bold snatch that leads to a perilous manhunt across the Ukraine's frozen wastes.

     
     
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  • Executioner (#88)

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