Babette Rosmond (November 4, 1917 – October 23, 1997) edited Doc Savage Magazine from 1944 to 1948…
Once Over Lightly
Sudden death turns a carefree vacation into a captive hell, as Doc races to prevent a terrifying transaction that could reduce America’s cities to radioactive rubble!
Let’s Kill Ames
When a beautiful but unscrupulous con-artist gets herself entangled in a poisonous extortion plot, only Doc Savage and his bold crew can discover the hidden antidote for murder.
The Monkey Suit
Why are people being murdered for a rented, moth-eaten ape costume? Doc and his crew battle to unmask the deadly mystery — and to keep a billion-dollar scientific breakthrough out of the hands of gangland gorillas.
The Pharaoh’s Ghost
In the mysterious land of the sphinx, Doc Savage and his crew confront a sinister foe — who uses a pharaoh’s curse and machine guns to carry out his evil will. Doc trails the malevolent genius to his remote hideout, just as his friends are scheduled for sacrifice to bloodthirsty gods!
No Light to Die By
An eerie illumination in the moonless night sky lights a path to destruction for Doc Savage — as the Man of Bronze must defuse the most explosive threat to mankind since the atom bomb!
Danger Lies East
War is about to break out in the Middle East — unless Doc and his men can stop a fanatic from giving the word to his millions of crazed followers. Doc’s quest to find the madman becomes a terrifying race to save the world from total annihilation!
The Pure Evil
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.”
I Died Yesterday
The corpse of a young man in a beauty parlor, an ice pick, a camera, plants, chemistry, and Doc’s meddlesome cousin Pat Savage all add up to a frightening plot — and an all-out mission to rescue the Man of Bronze!