Smoke and Mirrors
by Will Murray
His name was Remo, and all he wanted was to enjoy a Saturday-afternoon ballgame.
Now you see it....
Someone--or something--is walking right through the walls of America's top nuclear missile facility, and walking off with some of the world's deadliest secrets.
Someone has mastered an unholy power that makes Chiun believe in ghosts.
Someone has perfected a mind-defying magic that beats anything in Remo's bag of tricks.
Unless Remo can take his eyes of the chest of a buxom beauty with a chip on her shoulder...unless Chiun can come down to earth from the sphere of the supernatural...America's nuclear safety and her two supreme defenders will be victims of a devilish disappearing act....
Review: Good book. The "Krahseevah" makes a good villain, someone that Remo and company have to outwit, instead of merely crushing his skull. Chiun playing ghostbuster was fun, as was their destruction of a small hotel, searching for the insubstantial intruder. All-in-all, a winner. My only complaint, their foe is totally defensive. No danger to either Remo or Chiun.
Blue Smoke and Mirrors gets a solid .