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Binding: Mass Market Paperback
EAN: 9780449147085
ISBN: 0449147088
Label: Fawcett
Manufacturer: Fawcett
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: 1992-04-22
Publisher: Fawcett
Release Date: 1992-04-22
Studio: Fawcett

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Summary: Decent thriller
Comment: FBI agent Jack Graham goes to LA to see his police detective father, who he quietly hates. While there his father commits suicide by shooting himself. Graham, however, doesn't believe it was suicide and begins looking into his father's life. The last case he was working on is the death of a beautiful woman who stabbed herself in the throat. Curiously, Graham's father didn't believe it was a suicide. The woman's husband goes to a small town in Japan and kills himself by jumping off a cliff. All these suspicious deaths lead Graham to go to Japan to find out what his father had gotten into. There he runs into corrupt cops, an assassin who follows the old ways of the ninja and the Japanese yakuza. He gets help from a lovely female cop and finds himself falling in love with her, but also discovers he may not be able to trust her fully.

Samurai, Inc. is a pretty good thriller. Klass generally creates clear characters and there are a lot of twists and turns that are handled well. The only thing I didn't buy was Graham falling so quickly for the Japanese police woman. It seemed contrived just to become part of the plot.

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Summary: Great Thriller
Comment: The connection between seemlingly random deaths but is of vital importance to the Japanese economic superiority. As the death keep mounting up FBI agent Jack Graham is drawn into a bizarre investigation with a society whose national purpose is to keep westerns outside. Where at every turn road blocks are thrown up. One thing is clear to Graham that he is fighting an economic war between American and Japan all by himself. What he didn't know about the Japanese could get him killed...

Enjoyable.








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