Burns Bannion #3: “Kill Me In Yokohama” by Earl Norman (Norman Thompson). Running out of money, Bannion is becoming desperate and places an ad in the paper, “Will Do Anything For Money.” He gets three letters, one from a kid wanting a dog (and Bannion thinks he just might find one for him), one from Inspector Ezawa, saying he is being watched. But the third is from Mariko Melson, a super Japanese model, who is half French, and a knock out. She feels her neighbor is turning her brother into a hoodlum bent on world domination or destruction, and wants Bannion to see that he is removed from Japan. Naturally, amateur private detective Burns Bannion jumps feet first into the case, and a whole lot of trouble! Another great karate action, and our hero barely comes out alive. Lots of fun.