by Will Murray and Warren Murphy
His name was Remo and he was building a house.
What was Nazism doing in America
in the 1980s?
Jack-booted stormtroopers. Mobs howling for racial purity. And a man on the podium, a man ranting and raving and holding his followers spellbound as swastika flags waved above them.
Out of what hellish depth of the past had the hideously scarred man who called himself Herr Fuhrer Blutsturz emerged...with his artificial limbs that game him superhuman strength...with his voluptuous blonde assistant Ilsa who seduced what he couldn't destroy...and with his burning desire to kill Dr. Harold W. Smith, head of the top-secret U.S. Agency CURE, even if he had to rip America into bloody shreds to do it...?
Remo and Chiun had to find the answer to this monstrous mystery and the antidote to this irresistible evil. But first they had to find a way to stop battling each other and stay alive long enough to do it....
Review: I've said it before and I'll say it again; I'm sick of Nazis. There, that being said, I can honestly say that this was a spectacular book. The interplay between Chiun and Remo was masterful. Chiun finds a new program worthy of his time; the Three Stooges! We get an in-depth look at some of Smith's wartime activities. On top of all of that, there's a great deal of action, who could want anything more? Another great book from Will Murray.
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