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Death Therapy (The Destroyer, #6) ❮Download❯ ➺ Death Therapy (The Destroyer, #6) ✤ Author Warren Murphy – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Brilliant and dazzlingly beautiful Dr Lithia Forrester is masterminding an undercover agency that is stealing America's top secrets The group is infiltrating the highest echelons of the US government Brilliant and dazzlingly beautiful Dr Lithia Forrester is masterminding an undercover agency that is stealing America's top secrets The group is infiltrating the highest echelons of the US government and planning to sell the information at an international auction where every country's ante is a billion in gold control of the USA going to the highest bidder What the small army doesn't know is they are subjects of Dr Forrester's mind control experiments They are doing themselves in while the lovely doctor reaps the rewards That is until Remo and Chiun crush the plot and save the country then both buyer and selling may be going going gone.


10 thoughts on “Death Therapy (The Destroyer, #6)

  1. Andy Rausch Andy Rausch says:

    After a weak last outing with Dr uake Murphy and Sapir rebound nicely with the sixth entry in the series Again if you're counting this was their fifth book of 1972 This time out Remo's mission is to find out who is trying to sell control of the United States government and stop them The perpetrator has managed to gain control by drugging and hypnotizing high ranking government employees and making them do dastardly things such as bombing St Louis in an airstrike and trying to destroy the Statue of Liberty Interestingly these things accomplished by making the subjects through drugs and post hypnotic suggestion hum the song “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” from the film Mary Poppins before carrying out these actsAfter having found a successful formula with the previous book's twin sister sex bomb baddies the authors go this route again This time out the evildoer is a sexy psychiatrist whom we are told repeatedly is the most beautiful woman any man in the book has ever seen Because all of the male characters aside from Remo of course only think with their dicks she is able to use her wiles to bed and then lull into her control the government employees This is a solid entry in the Destroyer series It doesn't break a lot of new ground but it does all the things a reader wants such a book to doOne interesting flub to note is that Smith is erroneously referred to as Harold K Smith rather than Harold W Smith throughout most editions of the book


  2. Josh Hitch Josh Hitch says:

    These are satires of Men's Adventure books that at the time were very popular Knowing what you are getting into this wasnt bad was actually fun in parts This is my third of these earlier number ones and this is by far the best one There was actually a plot and a conclusion that made sense based on what this series is anywayLike all of these it's hard to recommend it can be humorous and from my experience it's a good example of this series However I assume the audience for them now anyway would be slim Though if you enjoy Men's Adventure novels of the 70s and 80s then you might like a book which copies the plots but plays them for humor


  3. George Hanline George Hanline says:

    Either you love em or hate themTo me this book along with most all of the other Destroyer books that I've had the good fortune to read is what a good action adventure should beUnfortunately is seems that most people either love them or hate them with no middle ground


  4. Damon Henrichs Damon Henrichs says:

    Middle of the road mindless fun


  5. Vincent Stoneking Vincent Stoneking says:

    It’s Remo Williams Remo Williamsing What else is there to say?


  6. Jeff J. Jeff J. says:

    #6 in the Destroyer series Remo and Chiun uncover a plot to auction off the US Government Much chaos ensues


  7. Balkron Balkron says:

    My Rating Scale1 Star Horrible book It was so bad I stopped reading it I have not read the whole book and wont2 Star Bad book I forced myself to finish it and do NOT recommend I can't believe I read it once3 Star Average book Was entertaining but nothing special No plans to ever re read4 Star Good Book Was a really good book and I would recommend I am Likely to re read this book5 Star GREAT book A great story and well written I can't wait for the next book I Will Re Read this one or timesTimes Read 1One of the first series I read consistently This series and the Executioner series are responsible for my love of reading and storiesCharacters Looking back to my younger reading days I loved Remo Williams and thought he was one of the coolest characters in history I still think Remo is a good character Uniue in a number of ways even todayStory The stories are average and fairly typical Bad guys going to kill or hurt Remo is going to kill them first no way he is going to die not with Chuin as his teacher Not much in creativity but it really worked for me as a male teenager I started learning Judo and Karate partly because of RemoOverall I started reading these when I was 16 I enjoyed them up until about age 19 My tastes changed from Military intrigue to Fantasy SciFi I would recommend reading these especially for younger malesNOTE I am going to rate these all the books in this series the same Some of the stories are a bit better or a bit worse but I can't find one that I would rate a 2 or 4


  8. Bryan457 Bryan457 says:

    A plan to sell control of the US government to the highest bidder is discovered CURE is also discovered when a phone security man finds a scrambler phone to Folcroft Remo is sent to discover who is behind the plot and find out who knows what about CUREGood book The story moves along at a good pace Remo and Chiun really work together well I think this is the last one that has the whole “peak” nonsenseFavorite tidbits Chiun beats up heavyweight contender Ali baba whatever his name isWarning sex and graphic gory violence


  9. Timothy Boyd Timothy Boyd says:

    One of the big men's adventure series from the 70's than ran an impressive 145 books The series while an adventureaction story is also full of satire toward much of the mainstream fads and icons of the time An interesting main character and the sarcastic mentor makes this a funny actionadventure read Someone is mind controlling the leaders of America and Remo and Chiun must stop them


  10. Greg Studer Greg Studer says:

    This was by far the worst book I have ever started to read It cost me 005p and 15 minutes of my life that I will never get back The book is like sitting blindfolded in a terrible action movie while overhearing a 13 year old describing the poorly executed special effects on a cell phone


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