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The Crimson Jaguar

In 1923, the Amazon Basin is a wild little-explored jungle. Just the sort of place for a young adventurer named Clark Savage, Jr. to discover the secret of the Crimson Jaguar.

Phillip Jose Farmer proposed this novel in his afterword to Omnibus 13.

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Invisible Nation

You see them everyday. They are the people who serve your lunch, the policeman on the corner, the woman next to you on the bus. Though they are your neighbors they are not like you. They are members of an Invisible Nation. They can not be identified. No one knows their plans or their loyalities. First, the Man of Bronze must crack the code of their secret language. Doc has to work fast to discover their goals before it’s too late!

Phillip Jose Farmer proposed this novel in his afterword to Omnibus 13.

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Bloody Hands

Doc Savage stumbles onto evidence of a band of world-powerful industrialists. Their solution to the “Savage problem”? Send professional killers to eliminate the Man of Bronze.

Phillip Jose Farmer proposed this novel in his afterword to Omnibus 13.

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Dark Satanic Mills

The stock market crash of 1929 was caused by irresponsible financiers. Doc Savage’s deductive skills discovers the patterns that lead to the truth. The crash was the work of a power mad genius. His goal nothing less than world domination. No one stands in his way except the formidable Man of Bronze!

Phillip Jose Farmer proposed this novel in his afterword to Omnibus 13.

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Philip José Farmer

Philip José Farmer (January 26, 1918 – February 25, 2009) was an American author known for his science fiction and fantasy novels and short stories. He is best known to Doc Savage fans for his biography of The Man of Bronze: Doc Savage: His Apocalyptic Life and the novel Escape from Loki.

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