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  Secret 6 Audiobook - #1 The Red Shadow - 6 hours [Audio CDs] #RA430
The Secret 6 Audiobook - #1 The Red Shadow


 
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Will Murray's Pulp Classics #23
The Secret 6 Audiobook
#1 The Red Shadow
by Robert J. Hogan
Read by Michael C. Gwynne. Liner Notes by Will Murray
 
 
Popular Publications publisher Harry Steeger and writer Robert J. Hogan had scored a hit with G-8 and His Battles Aces in 1933. A year later, they put their heads together and concocted a crime series with a fantasy flare. They called it The Secret 6!
 
Steeger always credited the successful Park Avenue Hunt Club stories running in the pages of Detective Fiction Weekly as his main inspiration. But the types of stories he asked Robert J. Hogan to write smacked of the one and only Doc Savage. In a sense, The Secret 6 was a take off of Doc Savage and his men—but without the superhuman aspects of Doc. The title was lifted from a 1931 crime film. To insure that the first issue sold like hotcakes, they stole a little more of Street & Smith’s thunder by titling that debut novel The Red Shadow.  
 
The premise was simple. Framed for the crimes of the diabolical Red Shadow, a mystery man with a haunted past calling himself King breaks out of the Death House. Scouring the Underworld, he assembles a team of shadowy specialists who dedicate themselves to hunting down The Red Shadow. But The Red Shadow conceals a secret even The Secret 6 doesn’t suspect!
 
One major clue can be found in a list of the members of this new crime-busting organization: King, The Doctor, The Professor, The Key, The Bishop, Shakespeare and Luga. Yes. Seven men have banded together to become the fearless fugitives operating outside the law known as—The Secret 6! One will not survive…
 
 
Only four issues of The Secret 6 were ever published. But what a glorious run! The Red Shadow was followed by House of Walking Corpses, The Monster Murders and The Golden Alligator. Each succeeding novel was more fantastic than the one before. Collectively, they read like a dry run for Carleton E. Morse’s classic radio series, I Love a Mystery.
 
The Red Shadow is narrated with the headlong velocity of a locomotive by Michael C. Gwynne. Three action stories round out this first Secret 6 audiobook, all of them penned by Robert J. Hogan hiding under a blizzard of pseudonyms
 
 
#1 The Red Shadow
by Robert J. Hogan
Read by Michael C. Gwynne
Chapter 1: The Death House
Chapter 2: Prison Break
Chapter 3: End of the Road
Chapter 4: The Bishop
Chapter 5: Death Wings
Chapter 6: The Crimson Man
Chapter 7: Devil’s Trap
Chapter 8: Under Arrest
Chapter 9: A New Recruit
Chapter 10: Ghosts Walk
Chapter 11: Hidden Laboratory
Chapter 12: Fugitive’s Hideout
Chapter 13: Vanished Men
Chapter 14: The Red Shadow Hovers
Chapter 15: Killer’s Boomerang
Chapter 16: Corpse Ride
Chapter 17: Dead Man’s Shoes
Chapter 18: Death Role
Chapter 19: Flo
Chapter 20: The Scarlet Net
 
The Ghost Horse
by Robert J. Hogan writing as Henry J. Gilcrist
Read by Roger Price
 
Kiwi Flight
by Robert J. Hogan writing as John Stark
Read by Roy Worley

Shark Bait
by Robert J. Hogan writing as William Torrel
Read by Roger Price
 

“One of my all-time favorite pulp magazines—brought to life!”
 
Will Murray is the Series Producer for Will Murray's Pulp Classics line of Pulp Audiobooks and Pulp eBooks. Will is the author of over 50 novels in popular series ranging from The Destroyer to Mars Attacks. Collaborating posthumously with the legendary Lester Dent, he has written to date twelve Doc Savage novels, with Skull Island, Death's Dark DomainDesert DemonsHorror in Gold, and The Infernal Buddha 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 C. Gwynne's outstanding achievements have encompassed all areas of entertainment – radio, television and film. Through out the sixties Michael could be heard as a DJ in San Francisco, New York City and Los Angeles. Shortly after breaking the Guinness Book of Records for nonstop drumming, 92 hours at the 1965 "Drum-A-Thon" in Honolulu, Michael was cast in the TV series The Psychiatrist by a young Steven Spielberg.
 
Michael went on to work behind the scenes on Spielberg's breakthrough film Jaws where he can be heard as the DJ on beach radios. He continued to land roles in popular television shows: Kojak, Dallas, CHiPS, Hill Street Blues, Cagney & Lacey, and Falcon Crest before he crossed paths again with Spielberg when he was cast in an episode of Amazing Stories directed by Martin Scorsese.
 
Although Michael has worked steadily as a character actor in television and film over the last three decades his first love is still radio where he enjoys the challenges of a fast paced production, bringing a character to life with nothing but his deep thrilling voice!

 


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