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118b 12/41 Peril in the North 250 people are abandoned in the Arctic wilderness at the mercy of a murderous madman. Only Doc Savage can prevent wholesale slaughter on ice. Following a gun- and bomb-blasting battle on the New York docks, the Man of Bronze and his crew face northward to smash a sinister plot -- and to expose the cruel secret of a bloodthirsty foreign dictator!

160k 11/41 The Invisible-Box Murders Four men have mysteriously died after receiving an innocuous box that vanishes within minutes of the murder! Doc and his crew race to crack the case -- because Doc is suspect number one!

161k 10/41 Birds of Death Doc's musical accomplishments are almost as well known as his scientific genius -- but even he can't match the peculiar talent of the strange yellow canaries whose sweet music is the song of death!

131d 09/41 The Mindless Monsters Senseless, machine-like humans of incredible strength and little humanity are scouring the city, and even Doc Savage is no match for them. Doc races to find a way to destroy them -- but the world thinks he's their leader.

139f 08/41 Mystery Island Something sinister causes a whole island to vanish! If Doc can't uncover the fiendish plot behind this startling act, he might be the next to disappear! The Bantam cover of this novel reuses a part of the artwork from the Bantam edition of "The Green Death."

024 07/41 The Green Eagle The Man of Bronze ride the mystery trail in a totally new kind of adventure. What is the strange fainting sickness? Who is the shadowy, white-haired McCain? Why would a starving man rather die than eat? And how many men must be brutally destroyed before Doc Savage can solve the riddle of The Green Eagle?

124b 06/41 The Headless Men A mad scientist has invented a way to decapitate people and let them live as his headless slaves. The Man of Bronze and his crew pursue this deadly genius to Central America, where they are all trapped and captured. Only Doc Savage can prevent the headless horde from taking over the world -- but he is strapped to a sacrificial altar and is scheduled to lose his head at midnight!

157j 05/41 The Pink Lady A terrified young lady tries desperately to contact Doc Savage, but she's burned to a crisp in a hotel lobby before she can reach him -- thus launching Doc on one of his strangest escapades ever!

117A 04/41 The Golden Man A golden man rises miraculously from the sea with the power to peer into the future and challenge the Man of Bronze. Doc Savage and his crew follow the mystery man's fabulous trail from South America to New York where they uncover his Dark Sanctuary -- and come face to face with an evil cult of blackmail and murder!

127c 03/41 The All-White Elf A weapon of incredible hypnotic power has fallen into evil hands. Doc Savage must uncover the secret of the paralyzing peril -- or face a fiery death at sea. The Bantam cover of this novel reuses a part of the artwork from the Bantam edition of "The Phantom City."

173p 02/41 Bequest of Evil One of Doc's friends inherits a Canadian estate, but they all get more than they bargained for, including kidnappers, torture, an Arctic colony of slaves -- and a diabolical madman with a plot to rule the world!

025 01/41 The Devil's Playground Night after night the Indian drums boomed their terrifying portent of evil and destruction. And each night another victim of "the thousand cuts" lay dead in the forest. Doc Savage grapples with the eerie and sinister Michabou, the great spirit of the primitive Ojibway tribe, in the Herculean attempt to cease the senseless blood bath of the Devil's Tomahawks, and to quiet forever the mysterious drums of murder.

   
   
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025 01/41 The Devil's Playground Night after night the Indian drums boomed their terrifying portent of evil and destruction. And each night another victim of "the thousand cuts" lay dead in the forest. Doc Savage grapples with the eerie and sinister Michabou, the great spirit of the primitive Ojibway tribe, in the Herculean attempt to cease the senseless blood bath of the Devil's Tomahawks, and to quiet forever the mysterious drums of murder.
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173p 02/41 Bequest of Evil One of Doc's friends inherits a Canadian estate, but they all get more than they bargained for, including kidnappers, torture, an Arctic colony of slaves -- and a diabolical madman with a plot to rule the world!
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127c 03/41 The All-White Elf A weapon of incredible hypnotic power has fallen into evil hands. Doc Savage must uncover the secret of the paralyzing peril -- or face a fiery death at sea. The Bantam cover of this novel reuses a part of the artwork from the Bantam edition of "The Phantom City."
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117A 04/41 The Golden Man A golden man rises miraculously from the sea with the power to peer into the future and challenge the Man of Bronze. Doc Savage and his crew follow the mystery man's fabulous trail from South America to New York where they uncover his Dark Sanctuary -- and come face to face with an evil cult of blackmail and murder!
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157j 05/41 The Pink Lady A terrified young lady tries desperately to contact Doc Savage, but she's burned to a crisp in a hotel lobby before she can reach him -- thus launching Doc on one of his strangest escapades ever!
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124b 06/41 The Headless Men A mad scientist has invented a way to decapitate people and let them live as his headless slaves. The Man of Bronze and his crew pursue this deadly genius to Central America, where they are all trapped and captured. Only Doc Savage can prevent the headless horde from taking over the world -- but he is strapped to a sacrificial altar and is scheduled to lose his head at midnight!
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024 07/41 The Green Eagle The Man of Bronze ride the mystery trail in a totally new kind of adventure. What is the strange fainting sickness? Who is the shadowy, white-haired McCain? Why would a starving man rather die than eat? And how many men must be brutally destroyed before Doc Savage can solve the riddle of The Green Eagle?
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139f 08/41 Mystery Island Something sinister causes a whole island to vanish! If Doc can't uncover the fiendish plot behind this startling act, he might be the next to disappear! The Bantam cover of this novel reuses a part of the artwork from the Bantam edition of "The Green Death."
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131d 09/41 The Mindless Monsters Senseless, machine-like humans of incredible strength and little humanity are scouring the city, and even Doc Savage is no match for them. Doc races to find a way to destroy them -- but the world thinks he's their leader.
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161k 10/41 Birds of Death Doc's musical accomplishments are almost as well known as his scientific genius -- but even he can't match the peculiar talent of the strange yellow canaries whose sweet music is the song of death!
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160k 11/41 The Invisible-Box Murders Four men have mysteriously died after receiving an innocuous box that vanishes within minutes of the murder! Doc and his crew race to crack the case -- because Doc is suspect number one!
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118b 12/41 Peril in the North 250 people are abandoned in the Arctic wilderness at the mercy of a murderous madman. Only Doc Savage can prevent wholesale slaughter on ice. Following a gun- and bomb-blasting battle on the New York docks, the Man of Bronze and his crew face northward to smash a sinister plot -- and to expose the cruel secret of a bloodthirsty foreign dictator!
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