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Green Ghost Detective Audiobook #5 Winter 1941 - 5 hours [Download] #RA781D
The Green Ghost Detective Audiobook #5 Winter 1941
 

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The Green Ghost Detective Audiobook
#5 The Case of the Flaming Fist
by G.T. Fleming-Roberts
Read by Roger Price
 
 
Magic meets mystery as George Chance battles crime as the Green Ghost! Thrills, legerdemain, and suspense — all courtesy of the most extraordinary man-hunter the world has ever known!
 
The Green Ghost, master of magic and crusher of crime, pits courage and craft against merciless greed when he answers the grim challenge of a baffling murder riddle!
 
As The Green Ghost, George Chance takes on criminals and murderers, using his skills as a stage magician and largely self taught criminologist in his fight for justice. He also, like many pulp heroes of the era, has a supporting cast, a team of sorts that help him in his crusade. The six people, yes, six, a large number of allies for a pulp hero, that lend The Green Ghost a hand all bring their own abilities and uses into play throughout the stories, but the group is evenly divided along certain lines.
 
Ned Standish’s role is fairly obvious as Police Commissioner, as is Robert Demarest’s, Medical Examiner. These men represent the law enforcement assistance that The Green Ghost, a clear vigilante, gets in his work. Even Joe Harper, playboy and gambler, falls into the law/crime side of the equation, being a man on the inside of sorts able to offer all sorts of underworld information.
 
The three remaining assistants to The Green Ghost actually fill that role in a few ways. Merry White functions both as George Chance’s love interest and his magician’s assistant, which means she has certain knowledge like Chance to offer when necessary. Glen Saunders’ primary function is to act as Chance’s double, a handy trick for any pulp hero to have. Tiny Tim Terry, a little person, brings a background of circus performing with him and, as often happens in pulp tales, this makes him a valuable asset.
 
The Case of the Flaming Fist was originally published in the pages of The Green Ghost Detective magazine in the Winter of 1941 and is read with mysterious and magical force by Roger Price.
 
Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: Death to the Green Ghost
Chapter 2: Enter the Green Ghost
Chapter 3: The Impossible Utterance
Chapter 4: On the Cuff
Chapter 5: One Way Ride
Chapter 6: The Council Chamber
Chapter 7: Haviland Street
Chapter 8: The Man with the Gun
Chapter 9: The Count and the Cripple
Chapter 10: Fun Before Death
Chapter 11: Ghost Magic
Chapter 12: Laundry Lead
Chapter 13: Simon
Chapter 14: The Fist
Chapter 15: Crime Marches On
Chapter 16: The Tombs
Chapter 17: Finger of Flame
Chapter 18: Confession
Chapter 19: The Knife
Chapter 20: Get That Killer
Chapter 21: Murder Man
Chapter 22: The Essential Clue
 

Roger Price During his lengthy career as an entertainer, Roger Price has performed on TV, radio and the live stage. At one time or another he has worked as a stand-up comic, hosted a late night TV movie series as a character called “The Baron”, worked as a morning radio personality, hosted and emceed numerous live events, served as an entertainment news anchor and even worked as a ring announcer for professional wrestling. Comic book and pop culture fans know Roger Price as the creator, director and “voice” of Mid-Ohio-Con, one of the largest and longest running shows of its kind.Currently, in addition to his work with RadioArchives.com, Roger works with a wide variety of clients as a popular announcer and voice actor, specializing in character/cartoon voices and dialects.
 

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