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Number Two: A Special Edition Destroyer Novella Donna Courtois

Number Two: A Special Edition Destroyer Novella

Donna Courtois

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92 pages
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Accidents happen. The Vice President has seen enough of them: he’s seen the economy crash, foreign policy bungled, and civil liberties destroyed. When he gives speeches, he puts his foot in his mouth so often his tongue should have “welcome” printedMoreAccidents happen. The Vice President has seen enough of them: he’s seen the economy crash, foreign policy bungled, and civil liberties destroyed. When he gives speeches, he puts his foot in his mouth so often his tongue should have “welcome” printed on it. But when the accidents start turning deadly, a plot to assassinate the VP is discovered.There is no love lost between this administration and CURE, the secret government agency created decades ago to protect the United States. Recent events in the White House have caused Harold Smith, CURE’s director, to sever the ever-present hotline between himself and the President. But patriotic duty calls: Smith must keep the Vice President safe. Remo and Chiun are summoned to protect the Vice President and flush out the villains. Can they eliminate the bad guys before the Vice President takes a hit? The race is on…ABOUT THE SERIES:Sentenced to death for a crime he didn’t commit, ex-cop Remo Williams is rescued from the electric chair and recruited by a secret government organization as an assassin, targeting criminals who are beyond the law. Remo’s trainer is a curmudgeonly old Korean named Chiun, whose mastery of the terrifyingly powerful martial art of Sinanju makes him the deadliest man alive.The winning combination of action, humor, and mysticism has made the Destroyer one of the best-selling series of all time. With more than 150 books and over 50 million copies sold worldwide, the Destroyer has been praised by the LA Times as “flights of hilarious satire,” and gave birth to the mythology of the brash young Westerner taught by an ancient, inscrutable master.