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Lords of the Earth
by Richard Sapir and Warren Murphy
His name was Remo and he knew old buildings the way a doctor knew blood vessels.

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He's big. He's balck. He's bad. And he ain't afraid of no DDT.

The Lord of the Killer Flies was a buggy billionaire, out to liberate oppressed vermin everywhere. He didn't include people in that catagory. The Destroyer did. Still, he thought the world was worth saving.

Feisty little species, though. Even for a two-man SWAT team like Remo and Chiun. There were computers to humiliate, bombs to beat, and terrorists to terminate. And an honest-to-God fly hotel, where the Destroyer checked in to help the other guests check out...permanently.

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Review: A strange little book. Not my favorite in the run, but it has its moments. What was up with the Barry character?!? That whole thing came out of left field and just confused and annoyed me. I can't imagine Smith playing nursemaid to the kid. Anyway, there's a fair amount of action in this one. The opening scene with Chiun and the computer salesman makes this book a must read, if just for that scene!

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