by Will Murray and Warren Murphy
His name was Remo and he was trying to catch the fly with a set of chopsticks.
Anything Remo could do,
evil could do better
Remo and Chiun were in shock, and their jobs with CURE in jeopardy, as a mysterious rival beat them to the punch again and again by saving the two Presidential candidates from assassination. Even worse, this same awesome adversary was clearly out to thwart Remo's claim to succeeding Chiun as Master of Sinanju. Could Chiun be responsible for the creation of this monstrous figure? And what chance would Remo have against a fiendish foe who knew the way to make the Destroyer self-destruct?
The other big question was the blonde beauty who showed up with a child she claimed belonged to Remo. Both Remo's and Chiun's pasts were catching up to them with a vengeance--in a race against time and terror, the finish line looked like their dead end....
Review: Wow! Where to begin? The Dutchman. Jilda, the warrior-woman. Remo's daughter, Freya. Remo's wedding to Mai-Li. The end of CURE. Do these books get any better than this?!?
Line of Succession succeeds beautifully and gets .