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130c 09/48 The Swooning Lady

September 27, 2008 / 1 comment

> Hot on the trail of two million in diamonds, Doc is caught in jungle treachery by ruthless thugs, head-hunting natives — and a lovely lady with cold-blooded murder on her mind.

The Bantam cover of this novel reuses a part of the artwork from the Bantam edition of “The Phantom City.”

128c 07/48 The Angry Canary

July 9, 2008 / 2 comments

High in the mountains of India, Doc and his crew battle a madman genius whose frightening invention can doom the entire human race.

The Bantam cover of this novel reuses a part of the artwork from the Bantam edition of “The Phantom City.”

132d 07/45 King Joe Cay

July 9, 2005 / 2 comments

What do a coral reef, a purse, a fat man, and two captivating women have in common? As Doc Savage soon discovers, the perilous answer lies at a Bahamas fortress — in the hands of the most vicious cut-throats in captivity.

126b 11/43 The Secret of the Su

November 22, 2003 / 2 comments

The Nazis have offered three million dollars for the ancient treasure — and the insidious Dr. Light is eager to betray his country to feed his lust for power. Doc Savage and his amazing crew race toward the devastating secret buried in the Everglades. Deep in the jungle, they must battle a race of warriors from the lost continent of Atlantis — with the fate of the civilized world at stake!

125a 10/43 The Goblins

October 9, 2003 / 2 comments

Doc Savage and his crew are cornered. They’re pinned down in a blazing crossfire between the forces of law, a ruthless master criminal and the most horrible horror the Man of Bronze has ever faced. A terror squad of tiny green men with fiendish grins — whose slightest touch means instant, agonizing death!

129c 06/43 The Running Skeletons

June 17, 2003 / 2 comments

Doc Savage and his crew are suddenly guinea pigs in an experiment of terror — and a fiendish gang of gun slinging skeletons are out to skin them alive.

The Bantam cover of this novel reuses a part of the artwork from the Bantam edition of “The Phantom City.”

122b 09/42 The Fiery Menace

September 19, 2002 / 1 comment

A vampire is loose in the streets of Manhattan, and it’s dropped off a corpse for a calling card at Doc Savage’s doorstep. The Man of Bronze and his crew follow the trail of blood and murder to a remote Atlantic island where they uncover a million dollars in gold, a stolen Nazi submarine, and a shipload of danger, death, and fiery fist-crunching action!

121a 08/42 The Three Wild Men

August 13, 2002 / 2 comments

The FBI is after the Man of Bronze. The U.S. government believes he’s conducting bizarre experiments to transform the world’s wealthiest and most powerful men into brutal, mindless creatures. From posh New York apartments to murky Virginia swamps, Doc Savage races one step ahead of the G-men as he seeks the true evil genius behind the maniacal plot of worldwide terror!

131d 09/41 The Mindless Monsters

September 22, 2001 / 0 comments

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.

124b 06/41 The Headless Men

June 8, 2001 / 0 comments

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!

127c 03/41 The All-White Elf

March 3, 2001 / 0 comments

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.”

123a 10/40 Devils of the Deep

October 11, 2000 / 0 comments

A mysterious “sea monster” is sighted by fishermen in the Gulf of Mexico. Then a pirated submarine, using a powerful secret weapon, begins to terrorize shipping along the entire Atlantic seaboard. Hundreds die as warships of all nations join together to find and destroy the deadly menace. The chief suspects: Doc Savage and his loyal crew!