Samoa's first Secret Service agent must protect their head of state--her grandfather--from an assassin.
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South Pacific Survivor
An assassin decapitates a U.S. congressman in American Samoa then enters independent Samoa for other targets.
Polynesian beauty Pua, the sole agent of the Samoan Secret Service, must protect their national leader—her grandfather.
With an anti-colonial chip on her shoulder and a black belt to back it up, she faces a down-on-his-luck CIA agent and a rogue New Zealand diplomat.
They close in on each other and the warrior-assassin as they race to discover Robert Louis Stevenson’s secret. It leads to evidence that could re-ignite civil war, which a shadowy chief tries to do.