Doc Savage Magazine #53 - He Could Stop the World
by Kenneth Robeson (1937)
Laurence Donovan (d. 1950) was an American pulp fiction writer who wrote several Doc Savage novels under the pseudonym Kenneth Robeson. The 159 novels written over 16 years were credited to the house name Kenneth Robeson.
The World was imperiled by a terrifying, malevolent force that had the power to change men's minds. Even Doc Savage's own men willingly deserted him when struck by the waves of the mind-changing Monster. High in the Sierras, he lived in an incredible fortressóruthless, omnipotent, and preparing to rule the World. But even he hadn't reckoned on the superhuman-like powers of the Man of Bronze.
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