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Enzan—The Far Mountain: A Connor Burke Martial Arts Thriller

by John Donohue, Ph.D.

Chie Miyazaki is wild and spoiled—the pampered child of a cadet line of the Imperial house of Japan. When she disappears in the United States accompanied by a slick Korean boyfriend, it sets off alarms among elite officials in Japan’s security apparatus.

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Paperback: 294 pages
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ISBN: 9781594392818

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Chie Miyazaki is wild and spoiled—the pampered child of a cadet line of the Imperial house of Japan. When she disappears in the United States accompanied by a slick Korean boyfriend, it sets off alarms among elite officials in Japan’s security apparatus.

The Japanese want the problem solved quietly, so they seek out Connor Burke, prize student of Sensei Yamashita. Burke suspects that he’s being used, but he accepts the assignment out of honor for his revered sensei.

A covert search and rescue operation turns into a confrontation with a North Korean sleeper cell, and Burke finally discovers the secret that drove Yamashita from Japan so many years ago and the power behind the decades-old connections that pull Yamashita back into danger in the service of the imperial family.

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Benjamin Franklin Award - Gold Winner - 2015

Eric Hoffer Award - 1st Runner Up - 2015

USA Best Books Award - Finalist - 2014


About the Author

John Donohue, Ph.D.

A nationally know expert on the culture and practice of the martial arts, John Donohue has been banging around dojo for more than 30 years. Fascinated with the themes of human action and potential he uncovered in his research, John began thinking about the fictional possibilities inherent in the world of the martial arts. He began working in earnest on Sensei , the first Connor Burke thriller, in 2000. It was released in 2003 ( a paperback edition followed in 2004). The sequel, Deshi, … More »