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Last War Dance (The Destroyer #17)

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The rebels from the Revolutionary Indian Party plan on capturing the small midwestern town of Wounded Elk, intent on a final showdown against the white man. But only CURE knows that just outside the city limits is the Cassandra - the United States' most secret nuclear installation, an atomic doomsday machine big enough to blow up the world. Remo and Chiun are needed - to d ...more
Paperback, 136 pages
Published December 19th 2002 by (first published October 1st 1974)
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Jan 24, 2014 Balkron rated it liked it
My Rating Scale:
1 Star - Horrible book, It was so bad I stopped reading it. I have not read the whole book and wont
2 Star - Bad book, I forced myself to finish it and do NOT recommend. I can't believe I read it once
3 Star - Average book, Was entertaining but nothing special. No plans to ever re-read
4 Star - Good Book, Was a really good book and I would recommend. I am Likely to re-read this book
5 Star - GREAT book, A great story and well written. I can't wait for the next book. I Will Re-Read th
In 1961, the U.S. developed and hid the perfect weapon. The Cassandra missle. Only one man knows its location. Russia has tried for years to find it. Now, over a decade later, a group of Indian activists have an uprising on the secret site. Remo and the weapon's designer are sent to keep everything from goin boom.

Favorite tidbits: Chiun supports third world peoples, except for browns, blacks, Latins, Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Filipino, Burmese, and Vietnamese. That leaves Koreans but the south K
Timothy Boyd
One of the big men's adventure series from the 70's than ran an impressive 145 books. The series while an adventure/action story is also full of satire toward much of the mainstream fads and icons of the time. An interesting main character and the sarcastic mentor makes this a funny action/adventure read. Remo and Chiun must face off against Indian protesters that are in danger. Recommended
Feb 03, 2012 Grantimatter rated it it was amazing
The Destroyer novels are beyond star ratings. The racial politics in this one are bewilderingly complex - caricatures that, because they're caricatures, more closely represent real life than any reasonable "portrait" or "slice of life" could.
Dec 24, 2008 Charles rated it liked it
Shelves: mens-adventure
Mine has an older cover
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I read this hack series faithfully for years. Now I hear a movie (another move) is in the works. Not a bad read, And emojis a sympath tic character
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Jan 18, 2014 Joshua rated it it was amazing
It's another assassin story with Remo and Chiun. This is a Cold War story with a Russian villain. I enjoyed it.
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Warren Murphy was an American author, most famous as the co-creator of The Destroyer series, the basis for the film Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins. He worked as a reporter and editor and after service during the Korean War, he drifted into politics.

Murphy also wrote the screenplay for Lethal Weapon 2. He is the author of the Trace and Digger series. With Molly Cochran, he completed two books
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