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Complete Exploits of Doc Turner Volume 8 - [Download] #RE729
The Complete Exploits of Doc Turner Volume 8
 

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Radio Archives Pulp Classics
The Complete Exploits of Doc Turner eBook    
Volume 8 
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 Meets the Angel of Death
from the April 1940 issue of the Spider magazine
Doc Turner could deceive that mad, electrical wizard about megavolts and gamma-mu forces just so long... Then Gorchin would realize that the little druggist was attempting to thwart the man who could kill millions with one flick of the wrist.
 
Hell Incorporated
from the June 1940 issue of the Spider magazine
Jack Ransom was inclined to doubt Doc Turner’s fearful suspicions of the Forbes plan to send thousands of slum kids to camp... He changed his mind — too late — when he saw the silent riflemen patrolling what could only be a summer camp for... Death!
 
Murder Marches On
from the July 1940 issue of the Spider magazine
Old Doc Turner was accustomed to protecting those ignorant, pathetic slum-dwellers from human vultures — but how could he save them from the horror of an invisible parade which always left warm corpses strewn in its wake!...
 
God Bless America!
from the October 1940 issue of the Spider magazine
What people would make more logical dupes for anti-American agents than the ignorant slum dwellers that Turner loved and served so selflessly? Doc realized that when the corpse of an old lady imparted to him a mysterious and deadly secret!
 
Doc Turner And The Heads Of Death
from the January 1941 issue of the Spider magazine
Nanya Karista was irresistibly beautiful, compellingly charming. Yet the simple folk in the slums of Morris Street feared her with a nameless dread! Only Doc Turner dared solve this mystery — which smacked of the jungle’s weirdest witchcraft!
 
Morris Street Murder March
from the February 1941 issue of the Spider magazine
Those pitiful, poverty-stricken inhabitants of Morris Street had long forgotten their ancient enemy, The Baron. But, deep in Hogbund Lane, old Doc Turner saw the awful thing which signaled the return of the Vengeance-Killer!
 
The Doves Of Death
from the April 1941 issue of the Spider magazine
To old Doc Turner, the dove had always been the symbol of Peace. Yet one night he and young Jack Ransom — trapped at a killer’s gun-point — learned that pigeons can be made to carry murder!
 
Doc Turner’s Flaming Coffin
from the August 1941 issue of the Spider magazine
How could Doc Turner knowingly permit young Jack Ransom to be branded a monstrous criminal? Did Doc suspect that far more ghastly tragedy was to befall his Morris Street wards that night — while he himself awaited a fiery casket?
 
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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