The deepest mysteries of Doc Savage are finally revealed as John Sunlight, poetic genius of evil, discovers the innermost secrets of the Arctic refuge known as the Fortress of Solitude. Here Doc has hidden the super-scientific weapons confiscated during the course of his career along with inventions of his own for which the world is not yet ready. Ready or not, here they come!
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Duncan was the naive son of a minor nobleman, more interested in romance than war. Mallory was a dragon, more interested in con jobs and quick money than being a fearsome monster. When they team up, their adventures - or rather mis-adventures - make for a hilarious fantasy romp!
Based on the graphic novel by Robert Asprin (creator of the rollicking Myth Adventure series of novels), and artist Mel.... [click here for more]
Duane W. Rimel (1915-1996) was an American poet and an author. He published not only under his own name, but the pseudonym "Rex Weldon." His friend and mentor H.P. Lovecraft helped him write his first fantastic stories and poems in the 1930s. After Lovecraft's death, Rimel published four noir crime novels, all of which are collected here: THE JURY IS OUT MOTIVE FOR MURDER THE CURSE... [click here for more]
The Hardboiled Mystery MEGAPACK presents 4 classic crime novels from the era when hardboiled detectives ruled the American newsstands. Included are:
The Hollow Man, by John Roeburt (1954) Model for Murder, by Stephen Marlowe (1955) Blonde Bait, by Ed Lacy (1959) Beauty Can Kill, by Michael McCretton (1962)
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Doc and his men hunt for (and are hunted by) a coonskin-clad figure who fires disappearing bullets from a rifle that squeaks instead of roars, only to disappear whenever pursued. Why is he stirring up a feud in the Kentucky mountains? How can Doc intervene when he and his men are viewed as outsiders by the hill folk, many of whom believe that the Squeaking Goblin is on their side?
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VOYAGE BENEATH THE WAVES was published two years prior to Jules Verne's Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea.
Verne, when he became aware of Jules Rengade's serial version, felt obliged to write the magazine editor to set the record straight--HE'D developed the idea independently!
In fact, the influence was very much the other way around: although Rengade had come up with the idea of an imaginary... [click here for more]