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Rule of the Monster Men by R. T. M. Scott

Rule of the Monster Men

by R. T. M. Scott

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The veterinarian's ambulance was jammed, not with afflicted animals, but with human beings - monstrously deformed, and driven out into the street by men with whips! Richard Wentworth beheld this horror, and realized that a new Reign of Terror had struck New York! For somewhere, hidden from the baffled police, was a new Underworld master whom men called the Wreck. Foully misshapen, he had twisted countless victims - by means of drugs and operations - into his own evil image. And with this nightmare army he was plundering Manhattan! No area was safe from his vulture's claws - not even the World's Fair! But Richard Wentworth did not fear to challenge this crime-master - and with the Spider's keen weapons began his fight to save a great metropolis from madness and death!… (more)

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