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090  07/40     The Flying Goblin

07/40 The Flying Goblin

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The Headless Horseman rides again in Sleepy Hollow — this time streaking down the sky with flashing speed causing destruction and horror wherever he lands. Here is a puzzle worthy of the penetrating powers of the Man of Bronze — a deception so devious it would have to be solved on two continents.

087  03/40     The Spotted Men

03/40 The Spotted Men

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The events were bizarre. First, a millionaire industrialist vanished. Then, his workers broke out in red spots and went crazy. The Man of Bronze and his courageous crew sped to the scene of disaster to search for the perfidious plotter willing to gamble the minds and bodies of men to amass a vast fortune. Were they already too late?

086  02/40     The Angry Ghost

02/40 The Angry Ghost

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The mysterious menace came out of nowhere to strike along the Atlantic coast. In its wake, buildings, planes and bridges crumbled. The government was worried — soon there would be widespread panic. The Man of Bronze leaped into action to unmask the villain and expose his cunning treachery.

037  11/39     Hex

11/39 Hex

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From the moment Miles Billings arrived in a little town near Salem Corners called Witches’ Hollow, Hannah the witch began her reign of terror. While innocent people were being “hexed” and reduced to mumbling nonsense, The Man of Bronze went into action, risking his own life and those of his bold allies. Doc Savage plunged into nightmare horrors to subdue the most terrifying Mast of Crime alive.

039  04/39     World’s Fair Goblin

04/39 World’s Fair Goblin

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The thing called MAXIMUS was eight feet tall and matted with hair. It ran amok among the sophisticated, scientific marvels of the fair, striking stark, cringing fear into the sightseers. The Man of Bronze battles the brilliant brain that controls the monster — an evil genius capable of creating an army of huge horrors.

. . .William G. Bogart

William G. Bogart

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A mini-biography by Duane Spurlock William G. Bogart ghosted fourteen Doc Savage novels. He’s also known among Doc fandom for The Crazy Indian, a short novel originally written as Doc Savage adventure; however, when Bogart lost his spot as a Robeson, he rewrote this story as a stand-alone novel about a group called The Adventurers….

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