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White Eyes (Doc Savage Adventure) Mass Market Paperback – Mar 1992


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It may not be original, but it's Doc.... 10 Sept. 1997
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
Out of the "new" Doc Savage adventures being written, this one probably stays closest to the fold. This may be because it was written from Lester Dent's original idea, or maybe just due to the care and skill of the author: Warren Murphy. At any rate, it is a good read, and other than being a tad long (especially for Doc pulps) and with a few overly graphic scenes of violence (a little of Murphy's previous career as the actionadventure serial writer peeking through), it is true to the Doc legend. The best parts of this book are the tiny details, the little nuggets of realism that he plants which firmly establish the setting of the book in New York City's gritty 30's and 40's. With writing of this quality, Doc Savage may yet continue to live within the pages of new adventures beyond the year 2000
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Based on unfinished manuscript by Lester Dent by Will Murray 1 Jun. 2012
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Doc is drawn into this adventure when men start dying mysterious deaths that leaves their eyes totally white. How is this happening? Is there a reason as to why they're happening? Early on chapter 4 provides us with some information: The U. S. has gone off the gold standard and it's now illegal for private citizens to own gold. Doc's wealth comes from gold shipped from a hidden tribe of Mayans down from South America. Has Doc been able to get around this ban?

Yes!!! Naturally a bad guy finds out about this and that's when the fun begins as he comes up with a murderous way of getting other gangs together to help him get his hands on all of Doc's immense wealth. If he succeeds, there will be no more DS adventures as Doc willbe forever broke.

This is an exciting, well thought out and well paced adventure. Will Murray did an excellent job of finishing Lester Dent's unfinished manuscript.
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