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Phantom Detective Audiobook # 56 Double-Stamped Doom - 5 hours [Download] #RA1141D
The Phantom Detective Audiobook #56 Double-Stamped Doom
 
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The Phantom Detective #56 Audiobook
Double-Stamped Doom
by Robert Wallace
Read by Milton Bagby
 
 
Forged in war, The Phantom Detective wages a one-man battle on crime! Solving impossible mysteries and delivering his own justice, he is the underworld’s masked nightmare!

Cloaked in impenetrable mystery, masked marauders strike — and leave a blood trail! The Phantom tackles one of the most difficult cases in his career.

Legendary for the fact that so many authors contributed to his legacy, The Phantom Detective’s stories have been described by some as inconsistent, shifting from one style of storytelling to another tale to tale. Although this obviously can be contributed to the ever-changing authors, it also bears to realize that this may have been somewhat intentional on the parts of the editors. Even though he was the second Pulp Hero to debut after The Shadow started the trend, it did indeed become commonplace for other Pulp publishers to follow with their own version of Hero Pulps. Many of these, such as Doc Savage and the Spider, settled into a routine, a basic story structure that, while readers returned issue after issue for some of the characters, never changed from the start to the ending of the series. This was the standard pattern for most Hero Pulps and likely a reason that many such magazines only lasted a handful of issues.

The Phantom Detective stories, however, brought in new writers after the twelfth issue, writers allowed to basically write in their own styles. Over its twenty-year run, the series saw The Phantom Detective take on street level crime and also tackle monstrous, seemingly supernatural evils. The fact that the magazine ran two decades shows that readers responded to the shifting tone of storytelling that was standard for the series, always returning never knowing if their hero would be facing a man with a gun…or a monster with a death ray!

‘Double-Stamped Doom’ was originally published in the October 1937 issue of The Phantom Detective Magazine and is read with pulse pounding intensity by award winning voice actor Milton Bagby.

Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: Hissing Death
Chapter 2: Terror In The Night
Chapter 3: Enter The Phantom
Chapter 4: The Dead Can’t See
Chapter 5: Wired for the Grave
Chapter 6: The Man With the Checkered Mask
Chapter 7: The Thug with a Limp
Chapter 8: Weakling’s Talk
Chapter 9: Rat Trap
Chapter 10: Hell Over Manhattan
Chapter 11: Death on the Avenue
Chapter 12: Do Partners Lie?
Chapter 13: Nada Le Roy
Chapter 14: Death Repeats
Chapter 15: Light In The Darkness
Chapter 16: Captured!
Chapter 17: The Big Boss
Chapter 18: White Eternity
Chapter 19: Conclusion


Milton Bagby is a veteran radio announcer and voiceover specialist who first turned to audiobooks in 2010. Since then, Milton has worked on several hundred audiobook projects and is a 2017 Audie Awards winner, the audiobook industry's highest award. Drawing upon years of stage acting and the occasional bit part in films, Milton uses his experience to create characters that stand out in the ear of the listener.
 
“I am very much aware that a perfect stranger is going to invest many hours listening to me tell a story. I do my best to give the listener an experience in which the characters in that story come alive and sound real.”
 
When not behind a microphone, Milton is a writer. In addition to the well-received Rick Burkhart crime novels, Milton writes a line of 1950s style pulp stories, and is the author of dozens of magazine articles and two non-fiction books. Milton and his wife live in Nashville.
 

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