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Doc Savage Audiobook - Flight Into Fear - 8 hours [Audio CDs] #RA479
Doc Savage Audiobook - Flight Into Fear

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Doc Savage Audiobook
Flight Into Fear
by Lester Dent & Will Murray
Read by Michael McConnohie

The career of Doc Savage began in the Depression era of the early 1930s, continued on through World War II, and concluded at the dawn of the Cold War.


Most fans of the classic pulp series naturally prefer the high adventure tales of the Great Depression, while Doc’s World War II adventures are also very compelling. Comparatively few Doc Savage novels took place in that postwar period in which the Iron Curtain first fell and the Man of Bronze turned his attention to the new enemy––Soviet Russia and its Communist satellites.


Probably the greatest Cold War challenge Doc faced took place in The Red Spider, the novel that was suppressed in 1948 and not published until 1979. In that tense tale, Doc infiltrated Moscow in order to secure one of the Cold War's greatest secrets. His brilliant success made him a permanent enemy of Russia.


Flight into Fear is a followup to The Red Spider. Marked for death by the Kremlin, Doc Savage is forced to go underground and take on a new identity as Banner, a.k.a. The Face, in order to penetrate the desolate Russian Arctic and advance the West’s earliest efforts at nuclear deterrence. His mission: establish the super-secret Project Moonwinx on Soviet soil.


At the same time, the Kremlin has sent a mysterious female assassin known only as The Red Widow to liquidate America’s greatest defender once and for all. Her motivation: pure revenge.


These sizzling ingredients make this one of the most compelling novels of Doc Savage’s Cold War career. Set in 1948, Flight Into Fear is based on a Lester Dent manuscript, and revised by Will Murray as an example of the type of challenges Doc Savage would have pursued had his magazine not been canceled in 1949.


Michael McConnohie gives a very suspenseful reading of this riveting tale torn from the pages of a historic time gone by.
Chapter 1: Death Sentence
Chapter 2: War Talk
Chapter 3: Unwelcome Welcome
Chapter 4: Moonwinx
Chapter 5: Bronze Man
Chapter 6: Unpleasant Discovery
Chapter 7: Arrest
Chapter 8: Moonwinx, Actual
Chapter 9: The Useful Widow
Chapter 10: Rendezvous in Evanger
Chapter 11: Two Black Sheep
Chapter 12: A Wall Closing In
Chapter 13: Violence for Breakfast
Chapter 14: Passenger Unknown
Chapter 15: Dark Encounter
Chapter 16: The Shortening Rope
Chapter 17: The Bottom Fell Out
Chapter 18: Flight
Chapter 19: Journey Into Mystery
Chapter 20: Tundra Turmoil
Chapter 21: Kill a Red Widow
Chapter 22: The Moon Winked Back

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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