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read Death Had Yellow Eyes some time in 1984.
read Death Had Yellow Eyes some time in 1984. David Robbins rated it liked it Feb 21, 2014.
by Kenneth Robeson and Lester Dent.
Then, in Death Had Yellow Eyes, Monk Mayfair is abducted while the Man of Bronze is framed for bank robbery and murder. In Shops: Jun 08, 2011.
Items related to Doc Savage Double-Novel Pulp Reprints Volume
Items related to Doc Savage Double-Novel Pulp Reprints Volume . .Kenneth Robeson Doc Savage Double-Novel Pulp Reprints Volume - James Bama Cover: "The Men Who Smiled No More" & "The Pink Lady". Then, in "The Pink Lady", the arson death of a weirdly pigmented woman sets Doc Savage and his Iron Men on one of their strangest quests.
List of Doc Savage novels is a comprehensive list of the books written about the fictional character originally published in American pulp magazines during the 1930s and 1940s. The illustrations were by Walter Baumhofer, Paul Orban, Emery Clarke, Modest Stein, and Robert G. Harris.
Doc Savage paperbacks Singles & Doubles all Bantam - Many 1st printings. The Doc Savage series. All titles published by Bantam.
Yellow Eyes sibirrecords. Yellow Eyes have always held failure up to the light and found patterns in the glow, but here they trace a doomed arc and, with unnerving focus, follow it to the very end. ceiling Rare Field Ceiling is the coldest Yellow Eyes record to date, and it is also the warmest.
The Green Death (Doc Savage From Matto Grosso- in the deadly heart of the Green Hell- comes an organic mystery that paralyzes even The Man of Bronze: an oozing horror that wipes out the line between life and death! James Bama cover of the Doc Savage series by Bantam Books. Doc Savage 65: THE GREEN DEATH by Kenneth Robeson. November 1971, First Bantam Printing. Book And Magazine Magazine Art Fantasy Paintings Fantasy Art Art Studies Figure Studies Sci Fi Characters Drawing Pulp Fiction
The Best Of The Worst.
The Best Of The Worst. She could have freed herself by talking about what went on in the dead of night on the grounds of the Florida motel-but what good would it do her? She was DAMAGED GOODS! She knew it would take a man made of steel to make a real woman of her again.
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