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In this first adventure of Doc Savage, he is targeted for assassination by the Kremlin and fated for a confrontation with a nemesis more violent and vicious than any he has faced before, the Man of Bronze must evade a faceless executioner known only as The Red Widow – a mistress of disguise and empress of pain, as well as a soul-devouring human spider prepared to strike without warning.
Chapters:Death Sentence War Talk Unwelcome Welcome Moonwinx Bronze Man Unpleasant Discovery Arrest Moonwinx, Actual The Useful Widow Rendezvous in Evanger Two Black Sheep A Wall Closing In Violence for Breakfast Passenger Unknown Dark Encounter The Shortening Rope The Bottom Fell Out Flight Journey Into Mystery Tundra Turmoil Kill a Red Widow The Moon Winked Back
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In the second Doc Savage adventure, Python Isle, a long-lost pioneer flyer returns to civilization accompanied by an exotic woman who speaks in a lost tongue.
From his towering skyscraper headquarters in New York, through a dangerous Zeppelin journey to Cape Town, climaxing on a serpent-haunted island in the forbidden reaches of the Indian Ocean, Doc Savage and his iron comrades race to untangle a weird puzzle so deep that the only clues can be found in the Bible!
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When King Kong famously fell from his death perch on the summit of the Empire State Building early in 1933, the question on many moviegoers’ minds was: Where the heck was Doc Savage? For the tallest skyscraper in Manhattan was also the world headquarters of the famous superman-scientist known as the Man of Bronze.
Over succeeding generations, fans of both characters have speculated about a clash between these two titans of the Great Depression. Had Doc Savage been away at his Fortress of Solitude when Kong fell? Or had he been exploring some faraway corner of the world?
Eighty years after Doc Savage and King Kong first made their stunning debuts; these questions can now be definitively answered in the third story of Doc Savage.
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