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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:22  Date:1996 - 2004  Genre(s):Romantic suspense fiction, Romance fiction, Romance fiction, Martial arts fiction, Novels



by:Stone, Jeff

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

Editions:37  Date:2005 - 2013  Type:Juvenile  Genre(s):Juvenile works, Martial arts fiction, Novels, Novels, Martial arts 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:121  Date:1977 - 2014  Genre(s):Action and adventure fiction, Action and adventure fiction, Martial arts fiction, 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:62  Date:1986 - 2017



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


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):Juvenile works, Young adult works


Dragon Ball Z : Vol. 19

by:Toriyama, Akira, 1955-

"Death of a warrior. Awakening to his true power, the once meek Gohan pummels Cell, the former strongest being alive!"--Cover.

Editions:53  Date:1984 - 2015  Genre(s):Graphic novels, Graphic novels, Science fiction comic books, strips, etc, Comics (Graphic works), Comics (Graphic works)


Dragon Ball Z : Vol. 22

by:Toriyama, Akira, 1955-

The Lord of Lords, the mightiest of the dieties has come to Earth seeking Goku, Gohan, and Vegeta's help in preventing the evil wizard Bobbidi from resurrecting the imprisoned djinn Boo. If they lose, their power will be fed to the djinn to make him even more powerful.

Editions:37  Date:1984 - 2009  Genre(s):Graphic novels, Graphic novels, Comics (Graphic works), Comics (Graphic works), Adventure 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:14  Date:2004 - 2006  Genre(s):Criticism, interpretation, etc, Martial arts fiction, Martial arts fiction


Ransom : a novel

by:McInerney, Jay

Suffering from the terror of violence and death at the Khyber Pass, Christopher Ransom exiles himself in Kyoto, the ancient capital of Japan. Teaching English, associating with fellow expatriots, and practicing karate, he tries to forget the unforgetable.

Editions:66  Date:1983 - 2018  Genre(s):Martial arts fiction, Bildungsromans, Martial arts fiction


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