by Will Murray
His name was Remo and he was going to kill Santa Clause if it was the last thing he ever did.
And now, from the great folks who brought you Pearl Harbor...
Nemuro Nishitsu remembered Pearl Harbor. He also remembered the rest of World War II and Japan's humiliating defeat. Nishitsu had been a humble soldier then. He was Japan's number one industrialist now. And he had the money, the power, and the madness to script a sneak attack that made Pearl Harbor look like a childish prank...made the U.S.A. a pitiful helpless giant...and made Remo and Chiun the country's last vanishing hope...as the flag of a foreign conquest was planted in the American heartland, and the Destroyer was X-ed out of the action....
Review: One of the finest Destroyer novels ever written. Shooting Schedule is full of action and adventure. Remo meets his doom by being thrown out of a plane without a chute, early in the novel, leaving Chiun to fend off the waves of Japanese invaders by himself. Remo may be out, but Shiva, the Destroyer isn't, and he's not amused by what's going on. All this, a certain beefcake actor (this is a sly hint), and the introduction of Remo's father!!
Shooting Schedule gets two big thumbs up from me .