I seem to be running out of good fiction MA books. In looking for new fiction books with martial arts being used by principal characters, and therefore such are described in the action sequences -- I can't seem to find good, new authors. Obviously, I'm not looking int he right places. So, what books have you read with good MA-using characters in the story, as "part of" the story, not just "Well, this ex-Navy Seal is a bad mamajama because he's a Seal and he can, like, do Seal-stuff. Actual scenes, descriptions of training/fighting and so forth. Three of the ones I've found really good are.... The "Rain" series John Rain (who is Barry Eisler's character). The first book was "Rain Fall," but was subsequently released as "A clean kill in Tokyo." John Rain is a judoka, who went on to train with the Gracie's in Brazil. He is/was a Vietnam veteran green beret. So, he can be nasty. The series containing the character Mitch Rapp (who is Vince Flynn's character). The first book was "American Assassin." Primarily army combatives at the elite level is what Mitch does. Good action, great poklicitcs but in a fast-moving story. The series containing the character Connor Burke (who is John Donohue's character). The first book was "Sensei" Traditional karate style and instruction. Good read, someone is out killing high-ranked karate instructors. Who is it? What would you recommend?