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Series: The Wild Adventures of Doc Savage

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The Desert Demons by Kenneth Robeson1
Horror in Gold by Kenneth Robeson2
The Infernal Buddha by Kenneth Robeson3
Death's Dark Domain by Kenneth Robeson4
The Forgotten Realm (Doc Savage Series) by Kenneth Robeson5
Doc Savage: Skull Island by Will Murray6
The Miracle Menace by Kenneth Robeson7
Phantom Lagoon by Kenneth Robeson8
Python Isle by Kenneth Robeson9
White Eyes by Kenneth Robeson10
The War Makers by Kenneth Robeson11
The Ice Genius by Kenneth Robeson12
The Whistling Wraith (Doc Savage) by Kenneth Robeson13
The Sinister Shadow by Kenneth Robeson14
Glare of the Gorgon by Kenneth Robeson15
The Secret of Satan's Spine by Kenneth Robeson16
The Jade Ogre by Kenneth Robeson17
The Frightened Fish by Kenneth Robeson18
Flight into Fear by Kenneth Robeson19

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Brand new Doc Savage stories, as well as reprints of Will Murray's Doc stories from the 1990s.

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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