Hell Wind in Burma
Random House, Nov 1, 1988 - 178 pages
Scott McKenna, the only genuine American ninja, returns in this fourth action-packed adventure set in Burma, where a battle rages for control of the country. Prepared for a fight to the death, McKenna will do anything to preserve the sacred honor of the ninja.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Aikido ambush assault rifle attack Aye Ingkong blade Bo Ne Win Bong Yu San boulders bunker Burma Busaki Buster camp caves cliffs cobras Colonel Onn dead Dong Dragon Claw Ninja enemy ninja explosives eyes face fighters fire five force four front fuse Gardner Gaung Hakka Halisamat hand head headquarters Hokkaido Hokui Musengi hundred feet Inejiro Amida Inya Lake Japanese Joom Biikok jungle Kenna Khin Gouk Khun Sa's kick kill kilometers kirpan Lashio Lieutenant looked M9 bayonet Major Lin Master Amida Master Nawa meters mortar mouth move Ninja Master ninja-to ninjitsu Nobuka Osenu northwest nunchaku Onhuy Osenu and Musengi pass passage pistol projectiles pulled Rangoon rock Saw Dinh Scott McKenna Seiyukai Semotex Shan Freedom Army Shan United Army side slugs soldiers submachine guns Tabriz three ninja Tin Kyaw Toshikazu Kase troops Troz Tuan Song tunnel turned wall weapons