This is a book review of The Samurai Code: A Hiram Kane adventure by Steven Moore, which I gave 5 stars to.
Published March 15th 2017 by Condor Publishing
One lethal storm. One deadly criminal. One ancient code.
Expedition leader Hiram Kane is in Japan when the storm of the century hits. He joins the rescue mission as flash floods cause chaos, death and destruction.
Yakuza boss Katashi Goto is retiring from the mob. Before he does, there is one more thing to achieve: revenge over a centuries old enemy.
When their two very different worlds collide, Kane is forced to make a choice. He has always known honour is worth fighting for. When challenged by Katashi, he has to decide if it is also worth dying for.
The Samurai Code is the first installment of the Hiram Kane adventure series. For fans of Russell Blake and Clive Cussler, Steven Moore’s breakout action thriller will leave you breathless.
I enjoyed this book a lot. The story follows harim kane on his adventures in Japan where he battles a storm before moving onto meeting a yakuza boss. it is a nice short read, but long enough to be full of action and adventure. I would recommend this book and am looking forward to reading the next one in the series
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About the Author
Steven splits his time between San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, and the rest of the world, seeking adventure and inspiration at every turn.
Steven has been writing about his travels and adventures on his blog, ‘Twenty First Century Nomad,’ but his novel, ‘I Have Lived Today,’ was his debut novel, released to widespread acclaim.
Current projects include a 5 book action/adventure thriller series in the ilk of Indiana Jones and Russell Blake. The first installment, ‘The Samurai Code’, is now available to buy or for free download.
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