The Ice Genius

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“The most momentous discoveries are sometimes made by accident, so history tells us.
The navigator Christopher Columbus, considered a great man today, set out to discover a short cut to the East Indies, and stumbled upon the New World, hitherto-unknown.
It was an accident. Ignorance of the world’s spherical shape resulted in the great discovery. That Columbus died in abject poverty matters not a whit. The world changed forever because of him.”

Thus begins Will Murray’s The Ice Genius. In 1996, Murray wrote “Phantom Lagoon takes place circa 1939, as does The Ice Genius, which will feature the return of a major Doc Savage foe. I haven’t placed them exactly in my Doc chronology, which is based on the order Dent wrote the novels as opposed to the Street & Smith publication order.”

If you have any information on this novel please write me at murrayinfo@docsavage.org


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