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by Lester Dent,Will Murray,Joe DeVito,Kenneth Robeson

eBook Doc Savage: Death's Dark Domain download ISBN: 1618270826
Author: Lester Dent,Will Murray,Joe DeVito,Kenneth Robeson
Publisher: Altus Press; First Edition edition (September 28, 2012)
Language: English
Pages: 346
ePub: 1535 kb
Fb2: 1482 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction

The new entry is called & Dark Domain'.

The new entry is called & Dark Domain'. The story is filled with enough menace and supposed monsters to fill an old Universal movie.

Doc Savage: Death's Dark Domain. Writing as Kenneth Robeson, prolific pulp writer Will Murray continues the Doc Savage saga, working from the unfinished works of series originator Lester Dent. Doc Savage: Horror in Gold (Wild Adventures of Doc Savage). Doc Savage: The Desert Demons (Wild Adventures of Doc Savage). Doc Savage: The Ice Genius.

Kenneth Robeson, Lester Dent, Will Murray. Ham Brooks had the co-pilot’s seat. The dapper lawyer was hectoring the hairy chemist on the subject of Habeas Corpus, the pig. t’s long ears into a knot and hang him on my Christmas tree for an ornament! fumed Ham. He was fuming because the pig had slipped up from his sleeping perch in the rear and made off with Ham’s sword cane, which had been lying behind Ham’s seat. Ham had discovered this only after going to the rear of the aircraft and tripping over the strategically positioned.

Will Murray is the author of over 60 books and novels starring Doc Savage, Remo Williams, Nick Fury, Mack Bolan .

Will Murray is the author of over 60 books and novels starring Doc Savage, Remo Williams, Nick Fury, Mack Bolan and Tarzan of the Apes. Lester Dent is the bestselling author who originated Doc Savage. Will Murray has crafted a plausible story for this long awaited meeting that feels more realistic and likely than any previous meetings of Doc and The Shadow in their comic book incarnations. And the novel serves not only as a sort of sequel to some of the earliest Shadow novels, but also offers an explanation for why certain Shadow "details" mentioned in some of his early adventures were later dropped.

Joe DeVito, Kenneth Robeson, Lester Dent, Will Murray. There are unknown Things prowling the darkest patch of land on the planet. Haunted by creatures that might have emerged from the Hell’s lowest regions, ancient Ultra-Stygia has turned into a cauldron of conflict between rival countries. Monster bats careen through the night sky. Invisible Cyclopes patrol the scorched battleground. And a power beyond understanding robs men of their vision. From the frozen Arctic to the war-torn Balkans, Doc Savage and his fighting five follow a winding trail of terror to a blood-freezing climax.

Will Murray has co DEATH'S DARK DOMAIN is a sequel of sorts to Lester Dent's FORTRESS OF SOLITUDE, the novel . Will Murray has since taken up the pseudonym and continued writing Doc Savage books as Robeson.

Will Murray has co DEATH'S DARK DOMAIN is a sequel of sorts to Lester Dent's FORTRESS OF SOLITUDE, the novel where John Sunlight finds Doc's place in the Arctic and manages to steal a number of his weapons stored in a vault. It's set in the Balkans and involves two countries fighting over a strip of land betwen them. One has bought one of Doc's weapons, the darkness machine which blinds everything in it's range. All 24 of the original stories featuring The Avenger were written by Paul Ernst, using the Robeson house name.

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A dying man is discovered, blinded and drained of blood, clutching a defaced bat medallion in the forbidden region known as Ultra-Stygia. With his last words, he warns that the gates of Hell have burst open--and no one is safe. This is only the beginning of a horrific chain of events that summons Doc Savage to a vampire-haunted zone between two rival powers vying for control of the least habitable spot on Earth. Why? What was the dark secret of Ultra-Stygia--over which warring nations spill rivers of blood? Only the mighty Man of Bronze dared its bat-infested caverns in search of the unexpected answer!
Comments: (7)
Will Murray continues to be faithful to the Lester Dent style of writing Doc Savage. His latest and best so far rivals Dent's "The Monsters" in fast paced, edge of your seat adventure. Murray does extremely well in the characterization of Doc and his Amazing Crew focusing on Long Tom, Doc, Monk and Ham for the most part in this Super Saga. Pat plays a pivotal role as well. The conflict between the supernatural and science is powerfully well thought out. I can hardly wait for the next installment! I hope all the Doc Savage adventures will be available in Kindle Digital Editions soon. I would like to re-read all of them. Audio versions of many would be nice too.
Review of Doc Savage: Deaths Dark Domain

I have always been a HUGE Doc Savage fan. When I recently discovered that Will Murray was writing new editions to the literally legendary series of books I began buying them. The new entry is called `Death's Dark Domain'.
DDD takes place in Eastern Europe in a disputed borderland between two countries. The story is filled with enough menace and supposed monsters to fill an old Universal movie. There's lots of mystery here, as well as a few surprising moments. I don't like giving too much away in reviews, but I will say we get to see Doc's prodigious strength on display a few times as well as his amazing agility and his incredible intelligence. Will has Doc and his friend's personalities down pat, and from the get go you feel like you're reading a real Doc Savage story, and not fan fic or something akin to it.
That is not to say the story does not have its problems. To me, Doc Savage should never be surprised by anything, no matter what it is, yet he was surprised by at least three occurrences in this book. That detracted a little from the story for me. Plus there was an anti-gun message within that just struck me as very wrong. I don't see Doc Savage as ever believing that someone would get his own gun away from him and use it against him. Sorry that's too much of a stretch.
Beyond those issues though, this was a HIGHLY entertaining book. I read though it very quickly, basically finishing it in about a day. I sat for long hours reading it and enjoying just about every part of it. It was a good, classic style Doc story, as long as you are okay overlooking a few faults.
There was one other issue I had with it and that was the lack of action. At the end we got to see some action scenes, but much of the book was the Doc Crew flying here, or flying there, watching a giant bat fly here or there. To me, a character like Doc has to have a physical antagonist. He has to have someone who can push him to the physical limit. Whether it is a man or a polar bear. Having Doc apply Chiropractic nerve pinches is interesting once, but not three to four times throughout the book. Doc Savage needs to hit someone, every book. He needs to fight someone bigger then him who is supposedly stronger then him, but turns out not to be to his own surprise, or it has to be an inhuman foe who is more powerful, but Doc defeats anyway through the fruits of his rigorous (Mental and physical) training.
All in all it is a very good read. I give it four out of five stars. Even with the minor faults I saw Will Murray does an excellent job with Doc Savage and I can't wait to read his next one.
Fast-moving, if somewhat confusing at times, this tale would have been greater if some points were clarified (i.e., the invisibility secret- maybe the impetus of a future tale?), but the concept of Doc and his crew single-handedly taking on both sides in a hot war is enough to keep readers on the edges of their seats! Long Tom shone as rarely in the past, and the prodigious flying boat was almost like another of Doc's aides. An atypical Doc Savage tale in some ways, but well worth the read.
Wow. I mean Really. Will Murray perfectly captures Dent's Action paced writing style while STILL making it his own. So DAMMED good. I own all of his entries from The 90's to the new " wild" adventures. Cant find a better " spooky " Doc for halloween week better than this.Fianna Drost was an oddball but likable character.Mr Murray really CARES for Doc & Company and it shows. Here's hoping Will writes Doc for a LONG Time!!
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I'm quite pleased that Will Murray is writing the new adventures of Doc Savage, and he has captured Dent's style and attitude very well. I have enjoyed all the books, with the exception of this one. It did not gell for me, and the plot seemed to bounce all over the place. Having said that, if you are a fan of Doc Savage, please read the book to support future stories.
One of the better ones of the new books.
The book was typical Doc Savage with rapid pace and enough mystery to hold your attention. It IS dated considering the time it represents but that is part of the fun. The science is barely believable making it a science fiction story of the old school.
I've been a huge doc savage fan since the early 70"s even belonging to the doc savage fan club. I wish I had all the books and stuff from then, but bless Will Murray and his friends for continuing the tradition of doc savage.