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  Doc Savage Audiobook - Horror in Gold - 10 hours [Audio CDs] #RA680
Doc Savage Audiobook - Horror in Gold


 
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Doc Savage Audiobook
Horror in Gold
by Will Murray and Lester Dent writing as Kenneth Robeson
Read by Michael McConnohie
 
 
It began with an uncanny encounter on busy Seventh Avenue. Two men pass each other in the street, walking along calmly one minute—struck down the next by a horrific fate.
 
All over Manhattan, soundless detonations cut down prince and pauper alike. No one is safe. Great buildings are reduced to ruin. Banks are demolished. The authorities stand helpless.
 
Only one man, Doc Savage—scientist, adventurer and superman—can penetrate the eerie enigma that threatens to bring the mightiest city on earth to its knees. But when The Alchemist decrees that the Man of Bronze must surrender unconditionally to save New York, will Doc be snuffed out next?
 
From the besieged canyons of New York to the rugged coast of Alaska, Doc Savage and his men race to resolve the riddle that brings grisly doom to ordinary citizens—and threatens the economic recovery of a Depression-besieged world.
 
Michael McConnohie once again gives a commanding performance reading this enthralling thriller.
 
Chapter 1: Passing Strange
Chapter 2: The Maimed Woman
Chapter 3: The Incredible Thing
Chapter 4: Cavity
Chapter 5: The Vault Enigma
Chapter 6: More Amputations
Chapter 7: The Looming Noose
Chapter 8: Silver-Eyed Siren
Chapter 9: Lead into Gold
Chapter 10: The Fiend’s Web
Chapter 11: Fear of Gold
Chapter 12: Mad Alchemist
Chapter 13: The Bad Break
Chapter 14: Snare in Blue
Chapter 15: Diabolical Deception
Chapter 16: Murder in Purple
Chapter 17: Quandary
Chapter 18: Tangletale
Chapter 19: Abolisher of Gold
Chapter 20: Confrontation
Chapter 21: The Trap in a Trap
Chapter 22: Harridan of Horror
Chapter 23: Terror Crater
Chapter 24: Scoundrels Two
Chapter 25: Merlin
Chapter 26: Revelations
Chapter 27: Abject Surrender
Chapter 28: The Mountain of Menace
Chapter 29: Memories
 

Will Murray is the author of over 60 novels in popular series ranging from The Destroyer to Mars Attacks. Collaborating posthumously with the legendary Lester Dent, he has written to date numerous Doc Savage novels, with Skull Island, Death’s Dark Domain, Desert Demons, Horror in Gold, and The Ice Genius among those now available. For National Public Radio, Murray adapted The Thousand-Headed Man for The Adventures of Doc Savage in 1985, and recently edited Doc Savage: The Lost Radio Scripts of Lester Dent for Moonstone Books. He is versed in all things pulp.

Michael McConnohie began reading at a very early age and developed a lifelong relationship with the written and spoken word. As an actor, he has appeared in soap operas, cartoons, prime-time TV, and on the stage. His audiobook narrations range from true crime to history, biography, science, self-help and poetry. He is an Earphones award winner for fiction.

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Great DOC SAVAGE Adventure December 27, 2015
Reviewer: Joseph Baneth Allen from Jacksonville, FL United States  
oilers Ahead."Horror In Gold" released by Radio Archives.
Will Murray always brings Doc Savage and his team; including Pat Savage, to vivid life; and "Horror In Gold," based on a concept by Lester Dent, is certainly no exception in Murray's long list of Doc Savage adventures that he has flawlessly brought to life for devotees of the Bronze Giant.
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In his latest adventure, Doc matches wits against a female criminal mastermind - something he hasn't done before - and she's beating him badly in every encounter, because while Doc can figure out what makes male criminal masterminds tick, he has absolutely no clue when it comes to women.  In fact, it's Monk's secretary who is able to provide Doc with a vital clue as to why the woman dresses in violet colors, a clue he should have known.
Michael McConnohie brings Doc and his crew to vivid life and makes the spider sound extra sinister.
Will Murray shines in this Doc Savage outing!
Great Pulp Fun!
HIGHLY RECOMMEDED!
TEN STARS!

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