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Deep waters

by:Krentz, Jayne Ann

After Charity Truitt, CEO of a Seattle department store walks out on her engagement party, she begins a new life managing a book store in a small town. One day she meets Elias Winters, a burned-out Pacific Rim financier who has come to manage a junk store. The pair explore each other's past and libidos, a slow process until a murder speeds it up.

Editions:20  Date:1996 - 2010  Genre(s):Romance fiction, Romance fiction, Martial arts fiction, Novels, Novels



by:Stone, Jeff

After soldiers of the new Emperor, led by Ying, engage in a fierce battle with the warrior-monks, Malao "the monkey" and his brothers rely on the ancient arts to help set things right.

Editions:27  Date:2005 - 2014  Type:Juvenile  Genre(s):Juvenile works, Martial arts fiction, Adventure fiction, Action and adventure fiction, Paranormal fiction



by:Stone, Jeff

With the temple and Grandmaster now gone, twelve-year-old Seh, a snake-style master, joins a bandit gang and meets a mysterious woman whose name means Cobra, while trying to stay ahead of the vengeful Ying. Suggested level: primary, intermediate, junior secondary.

Editions:16  Date:2006 - 2014  Type:Juvenile  Genre(s):Juvenile works, Martial arts fiction, Action and adventure fiction, Adventure fiction


The ninja : a novel

by:Lustbader, Eric

A novel of passion and revenge in which the protagonist, half Asiatic, encounters the workings of the Ninja, a cult of Japanese assassins who believe in drugs and magic.

Editions:64  Date:1980 - 2014  Genre(s):Action and adventure fiction, Action and adventure fiction, Martial arts fiction, Martial arts fiction, Thrillers (Fiction)



by:Stone, Jeff

Five young warrior-monk brothers survive an insurrection and must use the ancient arts to avenge their Grandmaster.

Editions:19  Date:2005 - 2008  Type:Juvenile  Genre(s):Juvenile works, Martial arts fiction, Novels, Martial arts fiction



by:Lustbader, Eric

Jake Maroc, half American and half Chinese, is entrusted with realizing his father's vision for the future of China.

Editions:35  Date:1986 - 1995


The black tattoo

by:Enthoven, Sam

When his best friend, Charlie, is possessed by an ancient demon, fourteen-year-old Jack, accompanied by a girl with superhuman powers, battles all over London and into Hell to save him.

Editions:18  Date:2006 - 2014  Type:Young adult  Genre(s):Paranormal fiction, Paranormal fiction, Juvenile works, Young adult works



by:Stone, Jeff

In seventeenth-century China, orphaned ShaoShu, who can squeeze into small spaces, puts his life in danger when he becomes a spy for a young band of warrior monks known as the Five Ancestors and bravely infiltrates evil Tonglong's camp.

Editions:7  Date:2009 - 2010  Type:Juvenile  Genre(s):History, Juvenile works, Spy stories, Spy fiction, Martial arts fiction


Paper swordsmen : Jin Yong and the modern Chinese martial arts novel

by:Hamm, John Christopher, 1957-

"The martial arts novel is one of the most distinctive and widely read forms of modern Chinese fiction. It is popular not only within Chinese-language communities but in translation throughout East Asia and in cinematic and other adaptations throughout the world. In Paper Swordsmen, John Christopher Hamm offers the first in-depth English-language study of this influential genre, focusing on the work of its undisputed twentieth-century master, Jin Yong." "Paper Swordsmen will be welcomed by students of Chinese literature, cultural studies, history, political science, anthropology, and comparative literature - as well as fans of martial arts fiction with an interest in the wider implications of the "Jin Yong phenomenon.""--Jacket.

Editions:16  Date:2004 - 2014  Genre(s):Criticism, interpretation, etc, Martial arts fiction, Martial arts fiction


Jujitsu for Christ : a novel

by:Butler, Jack, 1944-

Jack Butler's Jujitsu for Christ--originally published in 1986--follows the adventures of Roger Wing, a white born-again Christian and karate instructor who opens a martial arts studio in downtown Jackson, Mississippi, during the tensest years of the Civil Rights era.

Editions:10  Date:1986 - 2013  Genre(s):History, Martial arts fiction, Novels, Novels, Martial arts fiction


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