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Old 08-11-2012, 02:08 PM   #1
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Robeson, Kenneth: Savage 46 - The Vanisher. V1. 11 August 2012

Doc Savage Magazine #46 - The Vanisher
by Kenneth Robeson (1936)

Lester Dent (October 12, 1904 – March 11, 1959) was a prolific pulp fiction author, best known as the creator and main author of the series of novels about the superhuman scientist and adventurer, Doc Savage. The 159 novels written over 16 years were credited to the house name Kenneth Robeson.

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Twenty convicts vanished without a trace from maximum security cells, and top businessmen suddenly disappeared. The tabloids trumpeted the reign of a small, deformed man—or woman—spotted at the scenes. Strangely, Doc Savage himself was framed for the disappearances… and then the murders. But the Horrible Hunchback hadn't counted on the wrath of the mighty Man of Bronze!

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I would like to, again, thank you very much for bringing this series to us.

It's too bad you couldn't keep the original covers with them.

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I would like to, again, thank you very much for bringing this series to us.

It's too bad you couldn't keep the original covers with them.

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Unfortunately the covers are still under copyright as far as I know, but I've found a number of sites that have both the original magazine covers as well as the Bantam book ones from the 60s.
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Yeah.. I've found a number of sites with covers too. Now to decide if it's really worth the effort to go through all of the books just for covers (which is usually not too important to me).
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