by Richard Sapir and Warren Murphy
His name was Remo.
He had just laced the skin-tight black cotton uniform around his legs, when the telephone rang in his room in the Hotel Nacional in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Murder on the Menu
The poisoning of an airborne Chinese diplomat coupled with the kidnapping of the communist Chairman's right-hand man from a crowded Bronx thoroughfare has left the bigwigs at the State Department with egg foo yung on their faces...and a potentially explosive international mess on their hands!
Remo Williams and his Korean mentor Chiun must rescue the shanghaied Red and smash as insidious oriental conspiracy before the U.S. and China come to nuclear blows. But if an assassin's bullet finds its target, the Destroyer's death could mean the end of America!
Review: This is it! Everything falls into place in this book! This is the first true Destroyer novel, and one of my favorites. It's funny, sexy, and full of action. This is a great place to start your collection, and if you don't have it, go out and get it!
I give Chinese Puzzle a perfect score of .