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The Samurai Kill (Killmaster #215)

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Mass Market Paperback, 200 pages
Published 1986
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Buzz Ryan
Jan 16, 2012 rated it liked it
SO this is a guilty pleasure. I like the Nick Carter books because they are macho-guy hairy-chested manly man brain-dead Cold War tripe. Becasue they are written by ghost writers they are fairly hit and miss as far as their quaility but some of them are really good!

The Samurai Kill is not real awful but easy to get though if you turn your brain off which is why I read it. Not that I wanted that to sound harsh...

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Nick Carter is a house pseudonym used by Award, Ace, and later Jove, publishing for the series Nick Carter-Killmaster, a series of 261+ spy adventures published from 1964 until late 1990s.
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