The John Rain saga continues, with a bit more background on the assassins history and ties back to the US.
The John Rain books are not to be read for suspense or plot twists, they are to be enjoyed for the vivid beautifully nuanced descriptions of everything. From the city layouts in Japan, to the taste of a particular blend of scotch. Most importantly, for the absolutely enjoyable fight scenes.
( 2004 ) ISBN: 978-045121246
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