Silk & Service by David Kudler audiobook

Silk & Service: A Polite Assassin

By David Kudler
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The Kunoichi Companion Tales: Book 2

0.24 Hours Unabridged
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    ISBN: 9781518961960

Not all assassins wear black—some come wearing silk. A young Takeda warrior meets a servant who is much more than she seems. And teaches him what a warrior truly can be. This is the second of six Kunoichi Companion Tales, prequel stories to David Kudler’s historical novel Risuko: A Kunoichi Tale. White Robes—Mired in her own grief, Lady Mochizuki Chiyome encounters two young women who give her a whole new, much more interesting opportunity Silk & Service—A young Takeda warrior meets a servant who is much more than she seems Ghost—When Lady Chiyome receives a note from the shōgun, she finds that the messenger is much more intriguing than the message Shining Boy—Plucked off of the streets of the capital, an orphan girl tries to figure out what story she’s wandered into Blade—Toumi doesn’t want anyone messing with her business Little Brother—Returning to the monastery turns out to be as hard as leaving it was

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Summary

Summary

Not all assassins wear black—some come wearing silk.

A young Takeda warrior meets a servant who is much more than she seems. And teaches him what a warrior truly can be.

This is the second of six Kunoichi Companion Tales, prequel stories to David Kudler’s historical novel Risuko: A Kunoichi Tale.

  • White Robes—Mired in her own grief, Lady Mochizuki Chiyome encounters two young women who give her a whole new, much more interesting opportunity
  • Silk & Service—A young Takeda warrior meets a servant who is much more than she seems
  • Ghost—When Lady Chiyome receives a note from the shōgun, she finds that the messenger is much more intriguing than the message
  • Shining Boy—Plucked off of the streets of the capital, an orphan girl tries to figure out what story she’s wandered into
  • Blade—Toumi doesn’t want anyone messing with her business
  • Little Brother—Returning to the monastery turns out to be as hard as leaving it was

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Author Bio: David Kudler

Author Bio: David Kudler

David Kudler is an author, editor, and publisher living just north of San Francisco, California with his wife, teacher/author Maura Vaughn, his author-to-be daughters, and their (apparently) non-literary cats. He is best known as the editor of Joseph Campbell’s The Hero with a Thousand Faces. His children’s picture book The Seven Gods of Luck was adapted from a Japanese folktale. Two books that he edited for Joseph Campbell Foundation (Sake & Satori and Myths of Light) explore Japanese mythology and religion. He has written about places other than Japan—but his imagination keeps returning to the Land of the Rising Sun.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Fiction/Historical
Runtime: 0.24
Audience: Adult
Language: English