Charles J. Ravel
Charles J. Ravel is credited with five Doc Savage covers from August 1946 through December 1946…
The Disappearing Lady
The cloying scent of gardenias and a very strange auto leads Doc Savage on a desperate quest to find a kidnap victim deep in the heart of the underworld.
The Devil is Jones
A man, a woman, or the devil himself: who — or what — is the elusive, mysterious Jones? Doc better find out quick, before he’s framed for murder!
Death in Little Houses
A group of bearded mountain men steals pieces of a miniature model home and a lady trucker is marked for death — only Doc can put the pieces of this bizarre puzzle together before murder rules the road.
The Exploding Lake
A lake vanishes in a fireball, a gregarious blonde with an ocelot cub, and a far-off land of mystery spell trouble for Doc and his crew — and finis for the world as we know it.
Three Times a Corpse
All Doc wanted was a quiet vacation, but what he gets instead is a femme fatale with a curious lucky streak, a bottle of poisoned bourbon, and a man who dies three times!