by Richard Sapir and Warren Murphy
His name was Remo and he was crawling into a whorehouse.
An ancient legend comes to life when assassins from three great tribes of warriors set up shop in the village of Sinanju, with the wholesale destruction of Remo Williams on their minds. For a guy like Remo, a little mortal combat's no big deal, but this time, a day's work only buys him trouble. A powerful old enemy is back in business, determined to close out Remo's account, and even with all the skills of Sinanju, Remo keeps coming up short.
To make matters worse, Harold W. Smith, director of CURE, is sitting on the deadliest threat to U.S. Security he's ever encountered, and no one's minding the store. If Remo and Chiun don't turn up soon, the free enterprise system will be out of business, and Smith will have hell to pay--with his life and the future of his country.
Review: There are few absolutely perfect Destroyer books, but Master's Challenge is one of them. It builds on the past mythology and adds new levels to it. It introduces exciting new characters, as well as bringing back past favorites, better than ever. Master's Challenge is full of fantastic challenges for Remo, deadly threats for Smith, and character development for Chiun. There has never been a better Destroyer novel.
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