Wednesday, February 25, 2009
New Mack Bolan - Look for it March 10!
Bolan considered exploding the grenades remotely.
He dismissed the thought immediately. Too risky to civilians. Risking the lives of noncombatants was not acceptable.
Mack Bolan was in the business of conserving life, and killed only when necessitated by factors of duty or self-defense. He didn’t believe the ends always justified the means, and he refused to do anything to put more blood on his hands.
When it came to the rules of engagement, Bolan had never believed it was right to salve his conscience with some “greater good” theory that civilian casualties were the natural collateral damage of warfare. Bolan valued human life much more than that.
Bolan fought for those who were unable to fight for themselves.
Look for Hard Passage March 10. Available wherever books are sold.