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Death In Silver [PDF / Epub] ★ Death In Silver ✈ Kenneth Robeson – Buyprobolan50.co.uk THE SINISTER LEAGUE OF THE SILVER DEATH S HEADSAn awesome legion of master criminals launch a devastating series of raids that set the entire east coast of America aflame Skyscrapers explode, ocean li THE SINISTER LEAGUE OF THE SILVER DEATH S HEADSAn awesome legion of master criminals launch Death In PDF/EPUB ² a devastating series of raids that set the entire east coast of America aflame Skyscrapers explode, ocean liners disappear, key witnesses are kidnapped and brutally murdered as the holocaust rages In a desperate race against time Doc Savage attempts to discover the true identity of the twisted brain who rules the silver costumed marauders while the mysterious Ull and his army of hooded assassins move closer to their grim objective of world domination.


10 thoughts on “Death In Silver

  1. David David says:

    This is the best Doc Savage novel of the 20 I ve read so far Fast paced, tightly written and full of peril for Doc, Monk, Ham and Pat Johnny, Renny and Long Tom don t appear in this one, a first for the series, and the never ending argument between Monk and Ham really never materializes This story could be filmed as a period piece or translated to modern day and be an absolute blockbuster For once, Doc is trapped and none of his fantastic gadgets or brilliant schemes are working The Silver This is the best Doc Savage novel of the 20 I ve read so far Fast paced, tightly written and full of peril for Doc, Monk, Ham and Pat Johnny, Renny and Long Tom don t appear in this one, a first for the series, and the never ending argument between Monk and Ham really never materializes This story could be filmed as a period piece or translated to modern day and be an absolute blockbuster For once, Doc is trapped and none of his fantastic gadgets or brilliant schemes are working The Silver Death s Head gang seems to anticipate his every move IMHO the best of the series so far


  2. Tim Tim says:

    This one comes from undoubtedly the best year for Doc Savage magazine, 1934, so you d expect it to be good And it certainly is, an early appearance by Doc s beautiful cousin Pat, some nefarious silver clad bad guys and some underwater adventure helping make this an excellent tale It s not quite in the very top group of Doc adventures, but it s solidly in the next set.


  3. Rick Rick says:

    I enjoyed this Doc Savage story Kept me guessing who the Big Boss was right up to the end of the book Lots of Doc action


  4. Jeff J. Jeff J. says:

    Pulp novel featuring Doc Savage and his crew Started out slow but the undersea battle at the end was pretty tense Not one of the better adventures.


  5. Devin Devin says:

    3.5 5


  6. Frank Frank says:

    Another good Doc Savage adventure.


  7. Paul Paul says:

    Doc Savage is a very unique individual With his bronze skin, off the scale intellect, and strength to match, he has dedicated his life to rooting out all forms of evil His adventures were also an important part of 1930s pulp fiction, which is where this novel was first published.New York City has seen its share of crime waves, but this is different This time, the perpetrators are a group of people who wear identical head to toe silver suits, including silver masks that cover their entire head Doc Savage is a very unique individual With his bronze skin, off the scale intellect, and strength to match, he has dedicated his life to rooting out all forms of evil His adventures were also an important part of 1930s pulp fiction, which is where this novel was first published.New York City has seen its share of crime waves, but this is different This time, the perpetrators are a group of people who wear identical head to toe silver suits, including silver masks that cover their entire heads They are able to rob an ard car, or kill someone who knows too much, and make a clean getaway The police have no idea who, or where, they are The city is in an uproar.Usually, Doc has five assistants, each of them an expert on their own, to help him in his never ending battle against evil This time, three of them are overseas, and the others, Ham and Monk, spend part of the book being kidnapped Doc survives several assassination attempts the gang s leader knows never to underestimate Doc Savage The story shifts to the bottom of the East River in Manhattan, where a battle takes place between the occupants of a couple of submarines.A certain shipping company has a record of getting close to a competitor, interested in a merger Suddenly, the other owner suffers an untimely demise, or the other company suffers a severe financial setback, allowing it to be taken over As this novel opens, another shipping company owner, whose shipyard was used for a secret purpose, gets cold feet, and tells Mr Big that he is going to the police Moments later, his office, with him in it, is destroyed by a massive explosion.This one is pretty good I can easily see this novel serialized over three or four months in a pulp magazine, right next to a science fiction, detective, or sports pulp magazine For those who appreciate such literature, this has plenty of action, and is worth checking out


  8. Craig Craig says:

    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 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 distinctive characteristics and their byplay was frequentlyentertaining that the current adventure of the month The settings were also fascinating Doc s Fortress of Solitude, the Hidalgo Trading Company which served as a front for his armada of vehicles , and especially the mysterious 86th floor headquarters all became familiar haunts to the reader, and the far flung adventures took the intrepid band to exotic and richly described locations all over the world The adventures were always fast paced and exciting, from the early apocalyptic world saving extravaganzas of the early days to the latter scientific detective style shorter works of the post World War Two years There were always a few points that it was difficult to believe along the way, but there were alwaysups than downs, and there was never, ever a dull moment The Doc Savage books have always been my favorite entertainments I was always, as Johnny would say, superamalgamated


  9. Timothy Boyd Timothy Boyd says:

    Of all the pulp era heroes few stand out above the crowd, Doc Savage is one of these With his 5 aides and cousin he adventures across the world Fighting weird menaces, master criminals and evil scientists Doc and the Fab 5 never let you down for a great read These stories have all you need fast paced action, weird mystery, and some humor as the aides spat with each other My highest recommendation.


  10. Charles Charles says:

    This is another one that I listened to on my Kindle during my long commute I thought it was pretty good, although like many of the Doc Savage books it ties up a little too neatly at the end Considering how many times Doc has to rescue his compatriots, like Monk and Ham, you wonder why he keeps them around.


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