by Willian Murray, Warren Murphy, and Molly Cochran
His name was Remo and he had returned to Detroit to destroy and American institution.
It's always darkest
before the end
Things weren't exactly looking bright for Remo and Chiun. Not to mention for the entire world. From an evil inferno the ancient almight god of destruction had risen to possess the Destroyer body and soul. Menawhile, Remo's Oriental master, Chiun, had been betrayed by the U.S. president himself, and was now a weapon of the U.S.S.R. Smith, their unflappable superior in CURE, planned to take the easy way out--commit suicide. But for Remo and Chiun, the solution was going to be quite to simple and not nearly as painless....
Review: I love this book! It's the sceanario that everyone's been dreading. CURE is exposed, Chiun is dying, and Remo is caught in the middle. The scenes of Remo's one man invasion of Moscow are uproarious! He's the last person I'd EVER want mad at me or my country. This one has some of the most touching scenes ever written between Remo, the orphan and Chiun, his adopted father.
It's time to go back and reread The Eleventh Hour .