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The Rangoon Man

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Rangoon Man is the 240th novel in the long-running Nick Carter-Killmaster series.[1] The book was written by Jack Canon.[2]

Publishing history

The book was first published in September 1988.[3] Nick Carter is a house pseudonym used by Award, Ace, and later Jove, publishing for the series Nick Carter-Killmaster, a series of 261+ spy adventures published from 1964 until late 1990s.[4]

Plot summary

There's enough high-caliber hardware stockpiled in monsoon-soaked Rangoon to start a war... or a revolution. And Sidney Chong is holding all the cards. He's blackmailing half the Burmese government and using an elite society of martial arts assassins to do his bidding. Now the Killmaster has to stop him and time is ticking away. But how could N3 guess that his ace in the hole would be the brainy and beautiful Jane Camway? She has more degrees than a thermometer and is about to give him an education he will never forget.[5]

Main characters

  • Nick Carter (agent N-3, AXE)
  • Hawk (Carter's boss, head of AXE)
  • Sidney Chong (Importer and exporter of fine antiques)
  • Jane Camway (a leading British expert on Southeast Asian antiquities)
  • Rafael Oheda (Filipino financier)
  • Richard Garfield (AXE Station chief, Macau)
  • Charlie Verrain (AXE field agent)
  • Jillian Sorbonnia (AXE agent, Manila Section)
  • Leslie Munson (British MI6, Hong Kong)
  • Jane Soong (British MI6, Hong Kong)

More info


  1. ^ Serial Vigilantes of Paperback Fiction: An Encyclopedia from Able Team to Z-Comm. Brad Mengel. McFarland. 2009. p105
  2. ^
  3. ^ Carter, Neil (1988). The Rangoon Man. Jove Books.
  4. ^ "The Rangoon Man (Killmaster, #240)". Retrieved 2020-12-31.
  5. ^ "The Rangoon Man (Killmaster, #240)". Retrieved 2020-12-31.
  6. ^ "The Rangoon Man - Pesquisa Google". Retrieved 2020-12-31.

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