Destroyer World: New Blood (The Destroyer)

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Destroyer World: New Blood (The Destroyer)

A collection of short stories written by the talented fans of the ever-popular Destroyer Series. Edited and with an introduction by series creator Warren Murphy. Follow the exploits of Remo Williams, Chiun, Smith and earlier Masters of Sinanju.

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.

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More Blood: A Sinanju Anthology (The Destroyer)

Warren Murphy and Richard Sapir’s DESTROYER series is one of the longest-running and most successful action series in history. With more than 150 books, a TV show, a movie, a spin-off series, and much more coming soon, it shows no signs of slowing down.

One reason the Destroyer series has endured for such a long time is the cultural myth it created — a young and brash Westerner, trained in martial arts by an ancient Asian master.

It has also survived because of the fans, who have supported and embraced the series for more than four decades.

This book exists because eighteen of those fans had their own stories. Eighteen stories related to the magic, the mayhem, and the mysticism of Sinanju, the world’s greatest martial art. Eighteen stories, each with a new vision of the DESTROYER.

Following in the tradition of the 2005 anthology New Blood, this anthology features more: more Remo. More Chiun. More Sinanju.

And, of course,