Killer Warrior

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Open Road Media, Jul 17, 2012 - Fiction - 159 pages
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Sand must stop an arms dealer from expanding his business from murder to genocide

Even the finest samurai occasionally needs to hone his skill. Robert Sand is in Japan, pushing his body to the limit under an aged sensei’s guidance, when he gets the message that practice is over. A French arms dealer named Valbonne has gotten ambitious, and is about to start selling something rather more deadly than a bootlegged Kalashnikov. He is building an atomic bomb.

Valbonne’s prospective buyer is a Japanese man who has never forgiven the United States for killing his family at Nagasaki. To take revenge, he plans to detonate the black market warhead somewhere in New York City. His contract with Valbonne earns him the support of the Frenchman’s mercenary army, and the cunning of a bloodthirsty Native American who’s handy with a hatchet. Unfortunately for them, this is just the kind of fight that Sand’s been training for.

 

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Contents

An Old Arabian Custom
Training
The Mission
The Bomb
Saraga
Airport Attack
Final Payment
Berk
Thoughts of Vengeance
Zoraida
Target Date
Apache Ways
Slaughter in the Snow
Warrior Against Warrior
Survival
Payoff

Ambush
Death Song

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About the author (2012)

Marc Olden (1933–2003) was the author of forty mystery and suspense novels. Born in Baltimore, he began writing while working in New York as a Broadway publicist. His first book, Angela Davis (1973), was a nonfiction study of the controversial Black Panther. In 1973 he also published Narc, under the name Robert Hawke, beginning a hard-boiled nine-book series about a federal narcotics agent.  

A year later, Black Samurai introduced Robert Sand, a martial arts expert who becomes the first non-Japanese student of a samurai master. Based on Olden’s own interest in martial arts, which led him to the advanced ranks of karate and aikido, the novel spawned a successful eight-book series. Olden continued writing for the next three decades, often drawing on his fascination with Japanese culture and history. 

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