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Terminal Transmission
By Will Murray
His name was Remo and all he wanted was to die.

93.jpg (10037 bytes)TV or no TV?
That was the question

America had been dealt a blow that made Pearl Harbot look like a love tap. Someone had jammed all TV transmission--and unless the networks coughed up a mind-boggling fortune to the monstrously mysterious Captain Audion, they would be permanently off the air and the nation would be off its rocker. Still worse, star anchor-shark Cheeta Ching had been kidnapped before shoe could give birth to her baby in the ultimate TV special. Could Remo sace the country from the unspeakable horror of blank picture tubes? Could Chiun rescue his pregnant lady love? One thing was sure. When the Destroyer and his Asian mentor pulled out all the stops to answer evil, this was one game where you bet your death....

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Review: Ugh! Another Cheeta Ching book...grunt...<pant>...must stop the pain...! Please, someone make them promise not to put Cheeta in any more books. I HATE the character. Anyway, this was a goofy book, with a strange, kinda lame plot. I didn't like it when I first read it and I don't like it now.

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