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  1. says:

    Whotta read Grisly is apropos but it was in context with the theme of the plot It was ironic in that I had just placed an order thr

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    I like learning about life in Korea from the perspective of George Sueno I think this is my favorite part of Limon's books I kind of want of that in this book Like Slicky Boys the story is very action focused I lost count of how many fist fights Sueno and Bascom got into If you want a story that feels like Indiana Jones in 1970s Korea complete with a mystical jade skull than this book is for you But my preference was for Limon to slow dow

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    PROTAGONISTS Sgts George Sueno and Ernie Bascom CID agentsSETTING South KoreaSERIES #3 of 12RATING 275WHY George Sueno and Ernie Bascom are investigators for the Eighth army with most of their activity taking pla

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    I can definitely say that there we some things about this book that truly horrified me and I don't usually get along well with being horrified This installment deals with how Sueno and Bascom are usedplayed by some evil people and in the long r

  5. says:

    Another very long winded plot A little girl is kidnapped This leads to S and B trying to find a long lost jade skull that leads to Genghis Khan's graveI'm steadily going through the Sueno and Bascom series Unfortunately there are only 14 books plus a book of short stories I started in the middle then started reading them somewhat in order I really like this series because they are easy to read and follow and easy to get into It's

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    Review from Asia Thrills cops George Sueño and Ernie Bascom meet Indiana Jones or so it seems in this over the top adventure the third in Martin Limón’s great series set in 1970s KoreaAn attack on a Buddhist nun along with the disappearance of the daughter of a retired US serviceman set the pair off on a hunt for a jade skull that shows a map to the lost treasures of Genghis KhanThey are not the only ones looking Also involve

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    Authentic Tale of GIs in KoreaThis must have taken place in the late 70s; maybe early 19080 81 The author accurately characterizes Itaewon to include the clubs The demonstrations during that period were accurately described as well I’m not sure about the White Horse unit being involved in suashing the demonstrations but it would not surp

  8. says:

    Limon's intriguing stories are set in South Korea in 1970's Our hero's are CID agents with the 8th Army South Korea is culturally vivid and populated with fascinating characters Murder and mayhem mostly mitigated with camaraderie and humor

  9. says:

    I liked the first two books but didn't care for this one Too close to fantasy for me Unbelievable coincidences I'll read the next but if as divorced from reality as this I wouldn't go further

  10. says:

    Thought I'd never finish this bookBook moved slow and I had to push through it Was the first time that I have been disappointed by his books Will take a break from his work

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This grisly terrifying thriller follows CID Agents George Sueño and Ernie Bascom across the Korean Peninsula in their search for a lost artifact South Korea 1970s Retired Army officer Herman Burkowicz has uite a lucrative setup smuggling rare Korean a. I like learning about life in Korea from the perspective of George Sueno I think this is my favorite part of Limon s books I kind of want of that in this book Like Slicky Boys the story is very action focused I lost count of how many fist fights Sueno and Bascom got into If you want a story that feels like Indiana Jones in 1970s Korea complete with a mystical jade skull than this book is for you But my preference was for Limon to slow down at times to highlight the background I wanted to know about the culture of Army retirees like the character Herman the German who stay in Korea after having served and about the tension in South Korea that led to those intense and dramatic demonstrations where students and soldiers suare of in the streets of Seoul Still despite missing these elements it was an enjoyable read Cabin Boys perspective of George Sueno I think this is my favorite Yom Kippur As Manifest In An Approaching Dorsal Fin part of Limon s books I kind of want of that in this book Like Slicky Boys the story is very action focused I lost count of how many fist fights Sueno and Bascom got into If you want a story that feels like Indiana Jones in 1970s Korea complete with a mystical jade skull than this book is for you But my dictionnaire-des-onomatop-eacute-es preference was for Limon to slow down at times to highlight the background I wanted to know about the culture of Army retirees like the character Herman the German who stay in Korea after having served and about the tension in South Korea that led to those intense and dramatic demonstrations where students and soldiers suare of in the streets of Seoul Still despite missing these elements it was an enjoyable read

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N the back alleys of Itaewon than ancient treasures go in over their heads as they agree to search for the skull a journey that will lead them to a crime that threatens the fragile peace between South Korea and the US Army units living on its Korean so. I liked the first two books but didn t care for this one Too close to fantasy for me Unbelievable coincidences I ll read the next but if as divorced from reality as this I wouldn t go further l-arbre-aux-sept-vies-les-sept-fils-de-phil-atilde-copy-mon peace between South Korea and the US Army units living on its Korean so. I liked the first two books but didn t care for this one Too close to fantasy for me Unbelievable coincidences I ll read the next but if as divorced from reality as this I wouldn t go further

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Rtifacts But then his nine year old foster daughter Mi ja is abducted and her kidnappers demand a ransom Burkowicz doesn’t have a priceless jade skull from the age of Genghis Khan Sueño and Bascom accustomed to chasing felons and black marketeers i. I can definitely say that there we some things about this book that truly horrified me and I don t usually get along well with being horrified This installment deals with how Sueno and Bascom are usedplayed by some evil people and in the long run while they tried hard to do the right thing no one ends up any better off and so many end up injured or dead But it s a strong well crafted story I m surprised Limon isn t one of those authors that are celebrated but perhaps it s because he does do some not very nice un mainstream things that can leave the reader drained and emotionally scarred