The Whisperer #1: The Dead Who Talked/The Red Hatchets




      The Whisperer #1: The Dead Who Talked/The Red Hatchets
He knows no law but Justice The Gray Wraith deals out bloody vengeance in two hardboiled pulp thrillers by Laurence Donovan, writing as Clifford Goodrich, in the most violent series ever published by Street Smith In The Dead Who Talked , Police Commissioner James Wildcat Gordon is ordered to bring to justice the sinister super villain known only as The Whisperer Then, the Long Arm of the Law becomes ensnared in the crossfire of a bloody tong war between the Underworld and The Red Hatchets BONUS From the pages of Crime Busters , the first Norgil the Magician story by The Shadow s Walter B Gibson, writing as Maxwell Grant This instant collector s item showcases the original color covers by legendary illustrator Tom Lovell and Spider cover artist John Newton Howitt, classic interior illustrations by Paul Orban, and historical commentary by Will Murray and Anthony Tollin. Free Download eBook The Whisperer #1: The Dead Who Talked/The Red Hatchets By Clifford Goodrich – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 128 pages
  • The Whisperer #1: The Dead Who Talked/The Red Hatchets
  • Clifford Goodrich
  • English
  • 24 March 2019

10 thoughts on “ The Whisperer #1: The Dead Who Talked/The Red Hatchets

  1. Rick says:

    When these new double novel editions started coming out I decided I wanted to read the stories in the original published order and while this volume features the first Whisperer adventure the second offer is actually seventh So I m basically going to be reading these volumes as anthologies The first adventure included here, The Dead Who Talked is not very good It s better than The Phantom Detective but not even as engaging as The Spider and certainly not in the same class as The Shadow or The When these new double novel editions started coming out I decided I wanted to read the stories in the original published order and while this volume features the first Whisperer adventure the second offer is actually seventh So I m basically going to be reading these volumes as anthologies The first adventure included here, The Dead Who Talked is not very good It s better than The Phantom Detective but not even as engaging as The Spider and certainly not in the same class as The Shadow or The Avenger, and I won t even begin to make a comparison to Doc Savage But it was enjoyable The biggest problem is the gimmick of having the Police Commissioner, James Gordon, masquerading as a criminal mastermind The Whisperer in order to fight crime The idea sort of works for the Green Hornet but he s not the city s police commissioner The problem is that the plot becomes secondary to the necessity of having Gordon constantly switching identities for really no purpose other than allowing The Whispere...

  2. Steve says:

    Goodreads doesn t show the two pulps inside this double volume reprint as separate entities for the purposes of counting this as two entries in my quest to read 52 books this year I ll have to try to figure out how to add it a second time after I finish the second half today This is the first Whisperer story penned by Laurence Donovan, one of the occasional ghostwriters used by Lester Dent to help with Doc Savage This is not Doc Savage Or the Shadow or the Spider Its main twist is the Goodreads doesn t show the two pulps inside this double volume reprint as separate entities for the purposes of counting this as two entries in my quest to read 52 books this year I ll have to try to figure out how to add it a second time after I finish the second half today This is the first Whisperer story penned by Laurence Donovan, one of the occasional ghostwriters used by Lester Dent to help with Doc Savage This is not Doc Savage Or the Shadow or the Spider Its main twist is the presence of the main c...

  3. Tim Byrd says:

    Ive long been an avid supporter of Sanctum Books reprints of classic pulps, specifically the ongoing series of The Shadow and Doc Savage Each volume is a magazine sized paperback containing two novels, using the cover art and interior illustrations from the magazines published originally in the 1930s and 40s Theyre lovely, and Ive been greatly enjoying immersing myself in this literature that has been so influential not just in popular culture, but also in my own work.Until recently, Sanctum I ve long been an avid supporter of Sanctum Books reprints of classic pulps, specifically the ongoing series of The Shadow and Doc Savage Each volume is a magazine sized paperback containing two novels, using the cover art and interior illustrations from the magazines published originally in the 1930s and 40s They re lovely, ...

  4. Randy says:

    First book in Sanctum s new series featuring The Whisperer.It contains two Whisperer novels, The Dead Who Talked and The Red Hatchets, plus a short story, Evil Eye, as well as a Norgil the Magician story by Walter Gibson.

  5. James Elkins says:

    As promised the second story was far better than the first.

  6. Ronald says:

    read the dead who talked SOMETIME in 2011

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