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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.”

142f 03/48 The Pure Evil

March 9, 2008 / 1 comment

Suddenly, a creature of pure evil has materialized in our world! Can Doc dive into the mysterious land of the occult to confront a demon — before the demon ends his brilliant career?

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

140f 05/45 Rock Sinister

May 17, 2005 / 3 comments

Two redheads, an ancient Mayan book, some mysterious photographs, and murder …. it all leads Doc and his crew to South America for a deadly showdown with gun-toting madmen!

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

115a 05/42 Pirate Isle

May 17, 2002 / 3 comments

A murderous madman is holding a South Sea atoll in terror. His aim? Nothing less than pirating the secret of turning sea water into gold. His obsession? Set a deadly trap — then obliterate the Man of Bronze and his bold crew!

The Bantam cover of this novel reuses a part of the artwork from the Bantam edition of “The Men Who Smiled No More.”

141f 02/42 Men of Fear

February 18, 2002 / 1 comment

What turned Doc’s tough, hard-fisted crew into quivering cowards? To find out, Doc races into a strange mystery and the bizarre secret of a foreign power!

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

139f 08/41 Mystery Island

August 13, 2001 / 0 comments

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

July 9, 2001 / 0 comments

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?

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.”

025 01/41 The Devil’s Playground

January 2, 2001 / 0 comments

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.

082 04/40 The Evil Gnome

April 11, 2000 / 0 comments

A circus performer, a state governor and a respected banker — all murdered in the same mysterious way. As the Man of Bronze and his courageous crew rush to uncover the fiendish mastermind responsible, they are drawn more tightly into a web of awesome terror.

The Bantam cover of this novel is a close-up of the artwork from the Bantam edition of “Red Snow.”