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Spider Audiobook # 97 Satan's Seven Swordsmen - 5 hours [Download] #RA658D
The Spider Audiobook - # 97 Satan's Seven Swordsmen
 
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The Spider #97 Audiobook
Satan's Seven Swordsmen
by Norvell W. Page writing as Grant Stockbridge
Read by Nick Santa Maria
 
 
Under the weird, topaz gaze of Dr. Fuji, Giver of the Gracious Death, underlings who failed him gladly took their own lives! And before his hypnotic power, fell Lona Deeping, Marianne, Ronald Jackson, Ram Singh — and, he thought, the Spider! A battle of the world’s two strongest wills — fought to the clash of Oriental steel and singing bullets!
 
By 1941, Richard Wentworth had been operating as the Spider for nearly eight harrowing years. He had been through everything a good pulp hero could expect to face. Malevolent master villains. Sinister Asian world conquerors. Mad scientists more diabolical than anything conceived before that point. And of course since the Spider was a wanted criminal, endless police officials, uniformed cops, homicide detectives and other officers of the law had been pursuing him with single-minded fervor.
 
A mere mortal would have succumbed back in 1933. Not the indomitable Richard Wentworth. He seemed to thrive on conditions of continuous peril. Yes, he did put down his mask and guns a time or two, vowing never to become the dreaded Spider again. But the call to battle always made his blood sing, and inevitably the Master of Men returned to battle the underworld in another blazing exploit.
 
The Spider magazine finally folded with the October, 1943 issue, battered and bloodied by the onslaught of the new comic book superheroes, wartime paper shortages which led to wholesale cancellations of pulp magazines.
 
Nick Santa Maria once again brings the Spider to life in Satan's Seven Swordsmen. Originally published in The Spider magazine, October, 1941.
 
Chapter 1: The Long Arm
Chapter 2: Seven Tears
Chapter 3: Crawling Death
Chapter 4: “I Must Die”
Chapter 5: Seven Gentlemen
Chapter 6: When Gentlemen
Chapter 7: Graciously
Chapter 8: Slaves of Fuji
Chapter 9: Tunnels of Death
Chapter 10: Back to Back
Chapter 11: While Death Waits
Chapter 12: It’s the Spider!
Chapter 13: Death’s Command
Chapter 14: For God and Country
Chapter 15: The Way of Samurai
 

Nick Santa Maria Nick was born early in life in Brooklyn, NY. His theatrical background is based in Comedy Improv. He was a long standing member of the late lamented Miami based, Mental Floss, where he served as head writer/composer. From there he began his career in commercials, voice-overs, TV, Film, and theatre. He has performed in many roles on the stage including his award winning turn as Nick in Over The River And Through The Woods, I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change, as Nathan Detroit in Guys and Dolls, in The 25th Annual Putnam Country Spelling Bee as Mr. Panch (3-D Theatricals), Mr. Bromhead in No Sex Please, We’re British at The Norris, and as Pseudolus in, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum at the Norris Theatre. Television: The Buffalo Bill Show, B.J. Stryker, and two Disney Christmas Specials. Off Broadway: Writer/Composer/Performer on Secrets Every Smart Traveler Should Know, Soundtrack on RCA Victor. Broadway: Vince Fontaine in Tommy Tune’s production of Grease. He also appeared in every domestic company of Mel Brooks’ The Producers, understudying everyone from Nathan Lane and Jason Alexander, to Tony Danza and David Hassellhoff. He was the original Genie in Disney’s Aladdin, a Musical Spectacular, soundtrack on Disney Records. Nick is a resident of Los Angeles and is currently writing a book about classic film comedians, Nick’s been a long time film historian, and has written several articles on the topic.

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