They call him Reguiba, Moroccan death merchant extraordinaire . Nick Carter is a house pseudonym used by Award, Ace, and later Jove, publishing for the series Nick Carter-Killmaster, a series of 261+ spy adventures published from 1964 until late 1990s. Other books in the series. Killmaster (1 - 10 of 261 books). Books by Nick Carter.
Used availability for Nick Carter's Blood of the Falcon. February 1987 : USA Paperback. Science Fiction Fantasy Horror Urban Fantasy Paranormal Romance Young Adult Fantasy.
Nick Carter, master killer for AXE tackles the insidious villain, Reguiba in the barren hinterlands of Egypt. Sinister murders abound, treachery, a solid blend of interesting characters and settings. This isn't one of the better books as it could have been another fifty pages longer to develop the storyline and characters, some of which were pretty interesting.
Nick Carter -. They call him Reguiba. Moroccan death merchant extraordinaire. With an army of desert jackals who live to kill-and kill to live-he's got the manpower, the hardware and the petrodollars to pull any jo. o matter how bloody. His target: American allies in the Middle East. His goal: the total breakdown of Western alliances. His biggest obstacle: Agent N3 - Nick Carter!
Book in the Killmaster Series).
Nick Carter-Killmaster is a series of spy adventures published from 1964 until 1990, first by Award Books, then by Ace Books, and finally by Jove Books. At least 261 novels were published. The character is an update of a pulp fiction private detective named Nick Carter first published in 1886. Volumes varied between first person and third person narrative
Blood of the Falcon ~~ Nick Carter. Killmaster - 222. Time Period.
Hardcover Paperback Kindle. An early book written in the Killmaster series in entitled ‘The China Doll’. This book was released in the year 1968 by the Award Books publication. This book’s plot is set in New York. The primary characters of this book’s story include Nick Carter, Nikita Khrushchev, and David Hawk. At the start of the book, it is depicted that Nick recuperates at his home after the completion of his last mission. Soon, he learns from the agency that he has been assigned to carry out another assignment. This new assignment requires him to play the role of the personal bodyguard of Nikita Khrushchev.
Nick Carter-Killmaster is a series of spy adventures published from 1964 until the late 1990s, first by Award Books, then by Ace Books, and finally by Jove Books. Volumes varied between first person and third person narrative. Two authors known to have contributed entries in the series are Michael Avallone and Valerie Moolman.