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Once a Samurai...

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Michael Cameron has been a biology teacher and a martial arts instructor, an intelligent problem-solver. When all else fails, his grounding force has been Shaolin Zen and the discipline of Bushido. The death of his mother and learning that his father, former Detective Inspector Will Cameron, is dying of lung cancer, bring Michael back home, where he opens a martial arts ...more
Paperback, 388 pages
Published June 9th 2009 by Publishing
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Martin Kirk
Apr 20, 2014 Martin Kirk rated it it was ok
Been going to Hal-Con for a few years now, and have made it my mission to pick up as many Indie books as I can. I'm a huge comics and Batman fan, but beyond that I haven't read a lot of books, aside from what I was forced to in high school or University. But I'm finding things I like in these indie titles.

DC Rhind's "Samurai" books are incredible in their craziness. It's impossible to separate the works from the man, as he actually puts his face on the cover. Not as the author, as the main char
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D.C. Rhind has been a Kung Fu instructor (David holds black belt rankings in Wing Chun and Bak Sil Lum Kung Fu, Shotokan Karate, and Kenjutsu), a high school biology teacher, a performing musician and songwriter, and an accomplished ocean sailor. He graduated from Acadia and Dalhousie Universities, and has lived in Bermuda, the Bahamas, North Carolina, and Florida. He is now back home in Nova ...more
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