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  Green Lama Audiobook - #6 The Fugitive Fingerprints & The Crooked Cane - 6 hours [Audio CDs] #RA564
The Green Lama Audiobook - #6 The Fugitive Fingerprints & The Crooked Cane


 
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The Green Lama #6 Audiobook
The Fugitive Fingerprints & The Crooked Cane
by Kendell Foster Crossen writing as Richard Foster
Read by James C. Lewis
 
 

The Green Lama returns in two thrilling exploits torn from the pages of Double Detective magazine.

 

With this audiobook release, we move into a new phase of Jethro Dumont’s bizarre career as the world’s first ordained Buddhist priest turned crime buster. Gary Brown and Evangl Stewart, two of his original aides, have married and moved on, to be replaced by actor Ken Clayton and Jean Farrell, who are right at home in The Case of the Fugitive Fingerprints, which is set in the world of Broadway theatre––a world known for killer reviews. But here a real killer is on the prowl....one who leaves no trace of his phantom existence except for his blood-soaked fingerprints....

 

The Case of the Crooked Cane brings The Lama back to the vicinity The Clown Who Laughed, but this time the focus is not crime at a Cleveland circus, but skullduggery in and around stormy Lake Eerie, through which illicit narcotics are flooding and a sinister mastermind seems to anticipate The Lama’s every move.

 

Previously, Dumont encountered a professional magician named Theodor Harrin during The Case of the Mad Magi. With The Case of the Crooked Cane and continuing beyond it, this clever conjuror works with The Green Lama as one of his continually-changing inner circle of crime-hunting assistants. Jean Farrell and the mysterious Magga continue in supporting roles, while actor Ken Clayton departs the series for a greater mission.

 

This is a continuation of the introduction of magical themes kicked off in The Case of the Mad Magi. Previously, author Kendell Foster Crossen had name-dropped fellow magic enthusiasts like The Shadow’s Walter B. Gibson. Here, passing mention is of made of another pulp writer with a background in magic––Bruce Elliott, later to take over the Shadow series. It was a tight little world of pulp writers who also practiced magic.

 

James C. Lewis once again steps into the triple role of Jethro Dumont and his emerald-clad aliases, Reverend Dr. Pali and The Green Lama....Om Mani Padme Hum! The Green Lama Knows!

 
The Fugitive Fingerprints
Chapter 1: Setting for Murder
Chapter 2: Calling The Green Lama
Chapter 3: Fingerprints in Blood
Chapter 4: The Phantom Fingerprints
Chapter 5: The Elusive Mr. Thale
Chapter 6: Three of a Kind
Chapter 7: An Arrest
Chapter 8: A Warning
Chapter 9: The Capture
Chapter 10: Now You See Him...
Chapter 11: Mr. Thale
 
The Crooked Cane
Chapter 1: Ships in the Night
Chapter 2: Where Poppies Blow
Chapter 3: The Escape
Chapter 4: The Dope Ring
Chapter 5: The Lama Meets Lew Giggi
Chapter 6: A Suspect
Chapter 7: A Message
Chapter 8: A Double-cross
Chapter 9: The Trap
Chapter 10: A Boat Ride
Chapter 11: The Roundup
 

James C. Lewis says he has been a communicator all his life, starting in the first grade, as soon as he learned to write. He brought a note to a girl at school. Unfortunately, she could not read it; neither could his teacher. Since then, his communication skills have sharpened. He has worked in radio, television and newspapers in numerous roles — disk jockey, morning talk show host on television, reporter, photographer. For 13 years, he was a TV weatherman in Nashville. He is now a working actor in New York City, appearing in TV commercials and on audiobooks.

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