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Albino Knife by Steve Perry

Albino Knife (edition 1991)

by Steve Perry

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Get another stab at the Matador series-from the New York Timesbestselling author. She is the daughter of the legendary Emile Khadaji, The Man Who Never Missed. Trained in the deadly arts, and christened the Albino Knife, she must find her father...
Title:Albino Knife
Authors:Steve Perry
Info:Ace (1991), Paperback, 304 pages
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The main character was a bit too much of a pawn for me to really enjoy this book. I appreciated the way her character grew and the twistiness of the plot. ( )
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