The Emperor's Last Man
About the Book
THE EMPEROR'S LAST MAN Unwilling to admit the war is over, a Japanese soldier, as did many others on war-ravaged islands, has gone into hiding, hoping for the triumphant return of the Imperial Forces. American soldiers did the same in the Philippines, and were eventually vindicated. The "Emperor's Last Man" is an English-speaking woman, RYOKO, originally pressed into service as an Interpreter/Interrogator. She is inadvertently flushed in her cave by FORD PAGE, a teen-age American with a sense of immortality, nosing about an Off-Limits, uncleansed minefield. Here the story begins.
About the Author
After taking part in the Occupation of Japan, the author spent two years among the Marianas Islands, the locale of The Emperor's Last Man. Ten years later he returned to Japan as an engineering troubleshooter. He has woven his observations of wartorn Japan and the islands into The Emperor's Last Man. He is listed in Who's Who as a prolific inventor, now living in Florida.