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Title............................................................. Year..... ISBN.......................... Publisher
Cybernarc.................................................... 1991...... 978-0-06-100208-3....... Harper
Gold Dragon................................................ 1991...... 978-0-06-100283-0....... Harper
Island Kill.................................................... 1992...... 978-0-06-100385-1....... Harper
Capo's Revenge............................................ 1992...... 978-0-06-100461-2....... Harper
Shark Bait.................................................... 1992...... 978-0-06-100462-9....... Harper
End Game.................................................... 1993...... 978-0-06-100463-6....... Harper

Cybernarc was ... how shall I put this? It kept us eating for a year. The original series concept called for a whacked-out Vietnam vet to build a robot in his basement in order to take out drug lords all over the world. I, um, resisted some of those cliches (I particularly detest the one about whacked-out Vietnam vets), and the intelligent robot who was the series' lead character came out of a black project funded by the Pentagon and CIA and was eventually used in the covert war on drugs. The series wasn't that successful, but I had a lot of fun with it while it lasted.


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