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All by: selfp


7/03 More Precious than Gold

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Second novel in the “Bronze Saga Trilogy.” Writer Mark Eidemiller says of the first novel Bronze Refind as Silver: “This is a story about Doc Savage. There may be die-hard fans of Doc who will view this story as sacreligious. But what I am striving for in this story is to set the character of Doc Savage in a direction he has never gone in before, an adventure that reaches beyond the physical and temporal. If this doesn’t appeal to you, stop reading here. I make no apologies for the concept of what I write.”

You can find More Precious than Gold here.

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

4/78 Bronze Refined as Silver

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Writer Mark Eidemiller says of his story: “This is a story about Doc Savage. There may be die-hard fans of Doc who will view this story as sacreligious. But what I am striving for in this story is to set the character of Doc Savage in a direction he has never gone in before, an adventure that reaches beyond the physical and temporal. If this doesn’t appeal to you, stop reading here. I make no apologies for the concept of what I write.” You can find the novel here. (Update: Mark writes that this novel is now the first in the “Bronze Saga” trilogy July 22, 2003)

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

4/78 The Clockwork Man

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Darryl A. Elliott wrote “Likewise, Dafydd Neal Dyar was writing fan fiction when Bantam caught up with him, and so his story THE CLOCKWORK MAN in Ostara # 2 (Spring 1978) had to suddenly become the epic battle between “Doc Wildman” and his greatest foe, “Johnny Daylight”.

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

?/?? The Wizard on Gallows Hill

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Darryl A. Elliott wrote “And as Joel DiGiacimo mentioned, Shelby Peck was writing stories in Savage Society of Bronze. Unfortunately, after the first two (UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN and STONES OF DEATH), Bantam took notice, and so in the third story, THE WIZARD ON GALLOWS HILL, Peck was forced to change the names. Doc became “Doc King”, Monk became “Midge”, Ham became “Beau” (as in Beau Brummel), and Long Tom & Johnny were combined into one character, “Long John”.”

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

?/?? Stones of Death

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Darryl A. Elliott wrote “And as Joel DiGiacimo mentioned, Shelby Peck was writing stories in Savage Society of Bronze. Unfortunately, after the first two (UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN and STONES OF DEATH), Bantam took notice, and so in the third story, THE WIZARD ON GALLOWS HILL, Peck was forced to change the names. Doc became “Doc King”, Monk became “Midge”, Ham became “Beau” (as in Beau Brummel), and Long Tom & Johnny were combined into one character, “Long John”.”

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

?/?? Until We Meet Again

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Darryl A. Elliott wrote “And as Joel DiGiacimo mentioned, Shelby Peck was writing stories in Savage Society of Bronze. Unfortunately, after the first two (UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN and STONES OF DEATH), Bantam took notice, and so in the third story, THE WIZARD ON GALLOWS HILL, Peck was forced to change the names. Doc became “Doc King”, Monk became “Midge”, Ham became “Beau” (as in Beau Brummel), and Long Tom & Johnny were combined into one character, “Long John”.”

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

1/79 Doc, The Early Years

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Darryl A. Elliott wrote “DOC, THE EARLY YEARS by Bill Laidlaw (a continuing series) was published in Doc Savage Quarterly # 2-10 and Shadow-Doc Savage Quest # 11-16, 1979-85.”

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

5/69 Trail of Doomsday

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Darryl A. Elliott wrote “TRAIL OF DOOMSDAY by Lohr McKinstry was published in the first (and AFAIK only) issue of Doc Savage Journal, May 1969.”

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

7/01 Death’s Domain

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Doc and his friends travel to Moldania to help the lovely Countess Aldea try and discover the secret of the mysterious men being found with their throats torn out! Never have Doc and his men faced greater danger — and the gravest danger of all may be to DOC!

Read Death’s Domain a Doc Savage novel by Paty Cockrum.

7/01 The Hand of Death

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Fresh from the battle torn skies of Europe Doc is confronted with a terrifying new mystery. What is this strange malady that strikes men down and rots the flesh from their bones? The mystery begins in New York but quickly moves to the fetid marshes of Louisiana. Doc and his amazing men battle a cruel gang in their quest for the secret of the Hand of Death.
Read The Hand of Death, a Doc Savage novel by Tom Barnett, at Flearun Newsgroup

7/01 The Steel Hammer

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Renny had seen a same thing in the Great War, and knew instantly that the patrolman was correct. This man had been killed by poison gas. Not on a battlefield in a far-off place overseas, but in the heart of a major American city in broad daylight!

Read The Steel Hammer, a Doc Savage novel by Dave Taggart, at Flearun Newsgroup or in serial form at Gateway Monthly

7/01 The Polar Terror

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From the snow-shrouded reaches of the North Pole comes a being in glittering blue who turns men to ice with a single touch. After a vicious gang gets hold of the secret, a trail of frozen corpses leads the mighty man of bronze on a perilous quest beneath the earth for the answer to the mystery behind an ancient lost race’s desperate battle for survival and a fortune in sapphires.

Read The Polar Terror, a Doc Savage novel by Howard Hopkins, at Flearun Newsgroup