Kamikaze - Michael Slade Reviews
Description:ISBN 0451219848 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Michael Slade / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 2006-11-07 by Signet Book
Newest Review: ... the determination of the RCMP, and more importantly Special X, to stop him! With much of the story being told in flashback, ... more
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Michael Slade Kamikaze
Pages: 388, Mass Market Paperback, Signet Book
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by - written on 11/08/10 (Very useful, 15 readings)
Ever since the writing team of Canadian lawyers known as Michael Slade broke up leaving just one partner writing with his daughter, the Special X series has suffered from not being quite as accomplished as it once was. Kamikaze however, restores the series back to its former glory of novels such as the original book, Headhunter, which rightly earned a big place in my heart for its gripping plot and ingenious twist! The plot here alternates between the Pacific war of WWII and modern day Vancouver as a US veteran travels to a conference there as Keynote Speaker. A Japanese Yakuza War-lord, who lost all his family in Hiroshima, has sworn a blood oath to take ... Read the complete review
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