MOROCCO JONES CHALLENGES THE DEADLY POWER OF THE MAFIA IN A KILL OR BE KILLED NOVEL OF "MURDER, MOLLS AND MAYHEM." —The Pensacola News
The Syndicate made a big mistake when they murdered Chris Shane. Because Shane was the man who had saved Morocco from torture and death at the hand of a despot's most savage secret agent back in Eastern Europe during the war — his best friend and the man to whom he owed his life.
No bunch of gun-happy goons could scare a guy like Morocco. Five years of slugging it out with tyrants, Nazis and Commies in the savage slums of Europe's underworld had fashioned him into six feet of human dynamite — a powerful friend, a ruthless enemy.
Morocco was going after Shane's killers even if it meant taking the Syndicate apart with his bare hands.
In one swift motion Morocco hooked his steely fingers into the collar of the man nearest him. There was a sickening thud as the man's head struck the bar. The second hood whirled, but Morocco's powerful arms snaked out and caught him a smashing blow across the throat. The third man was still clawing for his gun when Morocco grabbed his wrists and flung him against a booth.
"I've got a message for your boss." Morocco's green eyes were burning like a tiger's. "Tell him the honeymoon is over. Tell him to find a cyclone cellar to hide in. Tell him Morocco Jones is in town."
Another no-holds-barred, suspense-packed, 1960s classic adventure, for fans of Mack Bolan, the Executioner, Elvis Cole and Jack Reacher, featuring the man whose mind is as sharp as the edge of lightning and whose fists are as deadly as a forty-five.