by Will Murray
His name was Remo, and he was didn't understand the mission.
Fish are mysteriously disappearing from the coastal waters of the United States, and it's anybody's guess what the problem is. Red tide, pollution? But soon angry fingers point north, to Canada, and the two countries trade threats and insults, all signs of neighborliness gone.
Forced to consider losing this vast resource, America is in shock. Fish devotees may see it become a coveted delicacy of the past, but the situation is much graver for Remo and Chiun. Possibly they'll have to eat nothing but rice and duck for the rest of their lives.
Determined to get to the bottom--and soon--the Destroyer starts trawling for answers as the fishing fleets of the entire planet face off. It's a global calamity in the making that could see mankind lose its place at the top of the food chain....
Review: Is it me or does the Remo on the cover look like Bruce Campbell from the Evil Dead movies and The Adventures of Brisco County Jr.? In this one, Remo battles against Kali, who has taken the body of his young daughter. It seems like Will Murray decides to clean house at this point, by getting rid of some old, dear characters. I will say no more, but I was angry. I didn't like it.
White Water should have been shredded .