by Richard Sapir and Warren Murphy
His name was Remo and it was his last assignment.
Black is not only beautiful, it's Ruby Gonzalex...the wild CIA lady with a sure cure for what ails Remo and Chiun.
Remo Williams just can't seem to forget he was once a Newark cop. But when you're the Destroyer you do need a little humility.
The worth of gold, the texture of parchment, the color of the sun source itself...and, in the inscruatble, insuperable Chiun, a veritable galaxy of wisdom and power. And fun at a riot.
...And All Over!
Which is what it is when Southern idiots with whips and chains and Northern madmen with money attempt to reduce business costs by raising slavery to new levels of efficiency. The Destroyer, with a little help from his two friends, proves that billions of dollars and armies of thugs just aren;t enough. Ten bucks and Ruby will do....
Review: I may want to move from South Carolina after saying this, but Chained Reaction is the best of the Ruby Gonzalez Destroyer books. This one holds up well, and even though the subject matter is racially charged, Murphy and Sapir handle it stylishly. Two big thumbs up from me.
Chained Reaction earns an impressive .