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Tasha- the Assassin with the Dragon Tattoo [NOOK Book]

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Tasha the Assassin with the Dragon Tattoo is an action/adventure book about a young Russian immigrant who is forced to move from her small village after being raped by government agents. Tasha seeks refuge from friends, and relatives traveling from one country to another learning from martial arts masters in each area. Finally, adopted, protected and trained by infamous Ninja/Samurai Master Motoo Yamazuki. Yamazuki trains Tasha as his personal protege and lover in the art of being an assassin. Tasha becomes known...
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Tasha- the Assassin with the Dragon Tattoo

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Overview

Tasha the Assassin with the Dragon Tattoo is an action/adventure book about a young Russian immigrant who is forced to move from her small village after being raped by government agents. Tasha seeks refuge from friends, and relatives traveling from one country to another learning from martial arts masters in each area. Finally, adopted, protected and trained by infamous Ninja/Samurai Master Motoo Yamazuki. Yamazuki trains Tasha as his personal protege and lover in the art of being an assassin. Tasha becomes known worldwide, but never identified as she pursues those who raped her and her mother, and killed her father. The book is loaded with action, suspense, sexual situations, martial arts, and mystery.
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Meet the Author

Richard A. Heyman is an internationally known, and award winning poet and artist, who has now published twelve novels and mini-novels. Mr. Heyman, best known for his thought provoking original and traditional poetry is also a well known artist having done sketches and portraits of such celebrities as Woody Haralson, Jack Nicholson, Ellen DeGeneres, Ted Kennedy and John Glenn and many, many more. Mr. Heyman's creative abilities have led him to create and design original inventions holding 3 patents pending. Delving into a different area of artistic achievement, Mr. Heyman is an Internationally known Martial Artist holding a Seventh Degree Black Belt and Kyoshi Teaching Credentials in Goju Ryu Karate, and a Third Degree Black Belt in Jyu Jitsu. Mr. Heyman currently resides on his estate in Northwest Ohio with his wife and family.
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  • Posted September 20, 2012

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    If it is intended to be an 'adult' book, why is it written like

    If it is intended to be an 'adult' book, why is it written like a very poor children's story book? Everything about it is crude, uninteresting and the writing is painfully amateurish.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 13, 2012

    I liked this book, it was about a Russian immigrant who was forc

    I liked this book, it was about a Russian immigrant who was forced to run away from her poor family, where she is transported from Russia to China, Korea and Japan. She is adopted and trained by Master Ninja Gogen Yamazuki, who teaches her to be a master assassin. The story traces her life, loves, sexual situations, throughout Japan to the U.S. where she is pursued by Russian gang members. This is an adult publication intended for mature readers. Action, suspense, sex, and intrigue!

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