Lester Dent is known today among popular culture fans as the primary creator and writer of the character Doc Savage, hero of a monthly magazine published by Street & Smith from 1933 to 1949. Doc Savage — Clark Savage, Jr. — was the precursor to later popular heroes like Superman, Batman, James Bond, and Dirk Pitt. Dent’s energetic prose for the Doc Savage stories always was published under a Street & Smith house name: Kenneth Robeson. So he was surprised when his editor informed him that Kenneth Robeson was the name of an actual person. And on a night in 1942, a surprise visitor shares with him an astonishing story that leads to deadly consequences in Dent’s quiet rural home. — All Ebook Order Options