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   Master of Kung Fu, by Richard Brightfield  
  Novel, first publication in January 1989 , latest edition in January 1995
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      Can You Outwit The Deadly Ninja Assassins ?

    Only minutes after arriving in China for a Kung Fu tour, your best friend Billy vanishes. Your search for him takes you around Shanghai, where you are led to the temple of the White Lotus Society. According to the master of this secret society, you must pass a period of training and initiation before they'll help you find Billy. The master of the White Lotus Society seems honorable, but can you be sure? What if he is lying and is trying to trick you?

    If you decide to shave your head and join the White Lotus Society, turn to page 68. If you decide instead to return to America without looking for Billy any further turn to page 101. But think carefully! This ancient land holds many deadly secrets. You might be asked to capture a highly trained Ninja assassin--your best friend Billy! Or you may return to America with a bag of gold coins!

    What happens next in the story. It all depends on the choices you make. How does the story end? Only you can find out! And the best part is that you can keep reading and rereading until you've had not one but many incredibly daring experiences!

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