by Richard Sapir and Warren Murphy
Everyone knew why Remo Williams was going to die.
Cure for a sick world?
Convicted and condemned to death for a crime he didn't commit, Remo Williams has been resurrected and re-programmed. Not as a normal, functioning human being, but as a cold, calculating death machine--created to destroy in order to preserve.
Review: The series has to start somewhere, and all-in-all, this is a fine place to begin. Sapir and Murphy manage to put all the elements in place (although they aren't yet sure of the mixture). This novel is a fine spy-thriller, and while not the Destroyer-to-come, still interesting and fun.
I'd give this one .