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Doc Savage Omnibus #5 (Doc Savage (Bantam) #143-147)

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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!
Authored by Lester Dent.

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 b
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Mass Market Paperback, 0 pages
Published January 1st 1988 by Bantam
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Jerry Kimbro
Dec 24, 2012 added it
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A collection of short stories about Doc Savage in his later years. the glory days of the 1930s are long past him- no more earth shaking terrors and uncanny villains menace the globe- but that doesn't mean there are no bizarre mysteries left for him to solve! The mysteries include: "No Light to Die By"- where a unique scientific discovery involving moonlight threatens Doc and his men, 'The Monkey Suit'- a strange series of murders lead Doc and his crew on a deadly chase through Manhattan on the ...more
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Oct 15, 2016 rated it really liked it
The first Doc Savage story appeared in 1933 and the series ran in pulp and later digest format into 1949. Bantam reprinted the entire series in paperback with wonderful, iconic covers starting in the 1960's. Doc was arguably the first great modern superhero with a rich background, continuity, and mythos. The characterizations were far richer than was common for the pulps; his five associates and their sometimes-auxiliary, Doc's cousin Pat, and the pets Chemistry and Habeas Corpus, all had very d ...more
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Aug 06, 2008 rated it it was amazing
I remember that over the summer of 2006 I read all of the Doc savage books I could get my hands on. I finished this one in a single day while at work of all places. Either way, it was a rather entertaining read.
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Kenneth Robeson was the house name used by Street and Smith Publications as the author of their popular character Doc Savage and later The Avenger. Though most Doc Savage stories were written by the author Lester Dent, there were many others who contributed to the series, including:

William G. Bogart
Evelyn Coulson
Harold A. Davis
Lawrence Donovan
Alan Hathway
W. Ryerson Johnson

Lester Dent is usua
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