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Bidding War
by Will Murray & Richard Sapir
His name was Remo, and as he rode the red desert sands, he felt at peace.

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Budget cuts are every administrator's nightmare, but CURE's own Dr. Harold Smith has a real whopper. A battle over bullion prompts Chiun to seek better pastures, and he's draggong Remo along.

Word spreads like wildfire: the fabled assassins of the House of Sinanju are hiring out to the highest bidder. While the desperate Dr. Smith is panicking big-time, rogue nations are trying to beat out, burn down and bump off the competition--before the highest bid gets the goods.

It's a seller's market for the lethal duo, and their success is assured--if there's anything left of the planet after the bidding war.

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Review: I have many good things to say about Bidding War. This book is pure Remo and Chiun from start to finish, and it's great! Remo has been reunited with his long-lost father, and Chiun gets his nose bent out of shape. He returns to Castle Sinanju, after a quick trip to the UN to inform delegates that the skills of Sinanju were once again for sale, to pack and determine who will be his new client. This causes a brawl at the UN and the entire world moves towards the brink of war. A funny, funny, moving book. There's not a lot of action in it, but it doesn't need it.

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