This is a MAFIA vendetta book featuring Cliff McDade, the annihilator. He seeks vengeance on the mafia for the brutal and useless murders of his boyhood friend and his friend’s wife and young son. Cliff McDade turns into a “killing machine” of vengeance.This book is one of THE most brutal, real-life accounts of retribution against the (then called) Mafia . It brings to life Cliff McDade, who grew up with Chuck’s family; they were brothers, they went through school together, played college football and went to and returned from Viet Nam. Now Chuck was married and Cliff was still the bachelor. One horrible night, Chuck, his wife Linda and their 6-year-old son were tortured and killed. Now, Cliff McDade, 6-2 and 220 muscled pounds had a mission. His entire world changed and he became a different person. He was soon to be known by the Mafia as– THE ANNIHILATOR.”The Annihilator was clad in black, hovering over the fallen Mafiosi like a giant doomsday message about to be delivered. Capoletti had blood leaking from his neck and his right ear was shot off. He was crawling on kneecaps fractured by a .32 parabellum. He knew that, SOON, he was going to die. He made one, last, futile attempt to save his own miserable life. But McDade was lethal. His mission was to kill as many of them as he could before they would catch up to him. He had no real reason to live, but now, he had a reason NOT to die! “As Capoletti’s hand reached for the drawer, McDade kicked it shut breaking fingers. In one swift movement he had the big boomer, his .45 automatic, stuck inside the mouth of the groaning Mafiosi. He then pulled the hammer back with his thumb and blew Vito Capoletti’s fucking head OFF!”
NOTICE: This book was written by Pete Billac and published in 1981. It sold over one million copies and we thought it was out of print. However, we just discovered 10 cases of books (about 700 copies) in the warehouse. It originally sold for $1.95; NOW, it is $5 even and we pay postage. “It is a violent book that holds back NOTHING. It is how many in the Mafia were. Most were violent, many were killers, and some were crazies. The new breed of Mafia brats (now called Wiseguys) are soft. They still order shootings, but back then you had to personally MURDER someone to be accepted This book, THE ANNIHILATOR, is rare in that few books tell how it REALLY was. And it IS violent, it IS graphic, it IS laden with trash language to make it authentic, because (not unlike the TV series, the Soprano’s) it’s the way they thought, talked, and acted. The book is unlike ANY ever written by the author and was the first of a series that ended with this first copy. There are two other manuscripts but they are lying in wait for the author to bring them to the reading public. Pete Billac, in his wizardry with words and descriptions, knew of this life. He was in school in New Orleans with a few of the “old” Mafia brats and he witnessed much of this first hand. But, just before these first publication the author was involved in a parachuting mishap over a burning house while filming a series for That’s Incredible. He sustained a broken nose, smashed both cheekbones, a busted jaw, a broken right arm, and shattered bones in his left ankle. He was “stuck” between boards in the burning roof where three hot coals were slammed under his helmet. He kind of “hid out” for over a year and never touched his typewriter. “This sort of finished McDade,” the author states, “but it was fun writing. Now, with the new graphics and people melting down and growing new limbs, it’s sort of mild.