Wings of the Black Death (The Spider, Master of Men! #3)
Originally published in the Dec. 1933 issue of The Spider
The Wings of the Black Death hovered over plague-stricken New York-and Richard Wentworth gambled life itself to save the city which cursed his name-fighting a desperate struggle against the vicious, twin attacks of the law and the underworld!
In "Wings of the Black Death" a mysterious super-criminal who calls himself The Black Death threatens to loose the plague throughout New York City if he is not paid $1 bil ...more
Pulp stories tend to be melodramatic, but this is melodrama on steroids. My objection isn't that the story could not happen, I'm OK with that, it is the absurdities come without a break, piling up one upon another, upon another, and another, until the tower of absurdities topples over. Sure, Page wrote with v ...more
He was born in Virginia the son of Charles Wordsworth Page (1880 – 1947) and Estlie Isabelle Bethel Page (1880 – 1946). The name Norvell came from his maternal grandmother Elvira Russell Norvell Page.
He is best known as the author of the majority of the ...more