The Shadow #6

The Shadow's Justice / The Broken Napoleons

by Maxwell Grant

The Shadow's Justice by Walter Gibson writing as Maxwell Grant. The Dark Avenger journeys to Havana to tip the scales of justice in a tale of murder, intrigue and a lost treasure.

The Broken Napoleons by Walter Gibson writing as Maxwell Grant. The Shadow battles a master crook who leaves a rare Napoleonic coin at the scenes of his crimes.

"Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? The Shadow Knows!" The legendary supersleuth returns in two of Walter Gibson's most intriguing mystery thrillers. The Dark Avenger journeys to Havana to tip the scales of justice in the law's favor in "The Shadow's Justice" (1933). This classic tale of intrigue, lost treasure and murder showcases The Shadow's brand of deadly justice!

Then, the Master of Darkness confronts the mysterious master criminal called Levantour ("the Vulture) who leaves a Napoleonic coin at the scene of his crimes. Who will have the last laugh? This instant collector's item leads off with one of George Rozen's most iconic pulp covers, and also includes all the original interior art by acclaimed illustrator Tom Lovell plus new historical commentary by popular culture historians Will Murray and Anthony Tollin. (Sanctum Productions)


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The Shadow #6
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9781932806588      ISBN 10: 193280658X
Publisher: Sanctum Books  2007

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