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Complete Exploits of Doc Turner Volume 7 - [Download] #RE728
The Complete Exploits of Doc Turner Volume 7
 

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Radio Archives Pulp Classics
The Complete Exploits of Doc Turner eBook    
Volume 7 
by Arthur Leo Zagat
 
“Doc” Turner was one of the least likely heroes that appeared in the pulp magazine stories. He was a little old pharmacist who ran a drug store in the slums of New York, where just about everyone came to him when they had problems. Oh, and what problems they had! Werewolves and vampires mixed in with extortionists and gangsters. And solve their problems he did, with the aid of his strapping red-headed assistant, mechanic Jack Ransom, and his young stock boy Abe Ginsberg.
 
These short stories appeared in the back pages of The Spider magazine, a grand total of 70 of them. Every single one can be found in this collection; not a one is missing.
 
Table of Contents:
 
Introduction
 

Doc Turner and the Banshee

from the April 1939 issue of the Spider magazine

Eerie, chill, the wail of death broke over the tenements — calling to the grave two defenseless people. But Doc Turner, who was wise in the ways of medicine and misery, found the way to beat a ghost with no other weapon than his own humble nose!

 

Graves Filled To Order

from the May 1939 issue of the Spider magazine

Old Doc Turner had had many terrible battles with the human vultures who prey on society — but never one like his struggle to the death with a mad undertaker who dug premature graves and marked the living for his private corpses!

 

Doc Turner and the Winged Terror

from the June 1939 issue of the Spider magazine

Down upon Doc Turner's impoverished neighbors swooped sudden death. For Doc, who had dedicated his life to championing the poor, it meant a desperate duel with the mighty powers of evil and darkness.

 

Congratulations to the Corpse

from the July 1939 issue of the Spider magazine

It was a hospitable gathering who had come together to honor Doc Turner — but none could guess that Doc was already being entertained by a host from hell!

 

Doc Turner and the Eye of Death

from the August 1939 issue of the Spider magazine

Through the darkened tenements floated the incredible disk of purple light, trailing horror and sudden death in its wake. None save old Doc Turner knew its dreadful secret — and he had learned it too late to live.

 

In This Corner — Kid Death

from the September 1939 issue of the Spider magazine

Morris Street had bet its last pennies on the prizefight, out of loyalty to the Bruiser. But none of them knew that Death was the real champ in the ring that night — and old Doc Turner was the only man left to answer the final bell!

 

The Axeman’s Necklace

from the January 1940 issue of the Spider magazine

In which Doc Turner appoints himself executor of the Axeman's blood-stained estate — and helps to square a murderer's account in the Highest Court!

 

Death’s Dancing School

from the February 1940 issue of The Spider magazine

Doc Turner's unerring instinct leads him down a corpse-strewn trail to the lair of a ballet master who trains the Slums' fairest daughters... for a horrible purpose!

 
Radio Archives Pulp Classics line of eBooks are of the highest quality and feature the great Pulp Fiction stories of the 1930s-1950s. All eBooks produced by Radio Archives are available in ePub and Mobi formats for the ultimate in compatibility. If you have a Kindle, the Mobi version is what you want. If you have an iPad/iPhone, Android, or Nook, then the ePub version is what you want.

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