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    The Shadow #1: Pyramid PB by Maxwell Grant

Introducing THE LIVING SHADOW the novel that launched a legend. Harry Vincent is recruited into a secret crime fighting force by The Living Shadow, in the groundbreaking pulp thriller that started the superhero genre.

Year: 1974

    The Shadow #2: Pyramid PB by Maxwell Grant

The Shadow knows! The weed of crime bears bitter fruit, but none more deadly than the criminal genius called The Black Master. Clearly it's a case for The Shadow... to uncover this emperor of evil who has turned New York into a city of fear! Not since Sherlock Homles locked wits with Professor Moriarity have there been such formidable opponents on the battlefield of crime!

Year: 1974

    The Shadow #3: Pyramid PB by Maxwell Grant

Who calls the shots for the country's toughest gangsters? Who makes them dance to an offer they can't refuse? Who is the invisible power behind the scenes of Manhattan's billion-dollar protection rackets? THE SHADOW KNOWS only that the criminal mastermind who controls the waterfront, the warehouses and the garages, is about to invade the theaters of the worlds most volatile city, where the root of crime floursihes, gangland-style.

Year: 1974

    The Shadow #4: Pyramid PB by Maxwell Grant

It was a message from a dead man. A small piece of paper worth a fortune in blood. Eight mysterious symbold that marked the beginning of a chain of violence executed by gangsters willing to kill for a code they did not understand. Only one man called the shots for this riddle: The Chief, whose reputation made any further identification unnecessary -- and lethal.

Year: 1975

    The Shadow #5: Pyramid PB by Maxwell Grant

hey died quickly, one after another. First was Joel Caulkins, "Wise Owl" reporter for the New York Classic, murdered just as he was about to name his executioner. Then came Philip Farmington, millionaire and international banker: dead of a poisoned cigar. The list grew daily as each of the victims received a note warning of his impending death, signed by the killer: "Double Z".

Year: 1975

    The Shadow #6: Pyramid PB by Maxwell Grant

The marks of death were upon them. A mysterious round burn no bigger than a dime scarred each forehead; upon each throat was a thin, almost invisible white line. The police were baffled, but each of the victims knew that his time was up and his page in the book of death had come due. It was obviously a case for THE SHADOW but the most famous crime fighter of all was missing!

Year: 1975

    The Shadow #7: Pyramid PB by Maxwell Grant

The Red Menace. This brilliant, diabolical political assassin has decided to play both sides of the Revolution in order to steal the ultimate weapon... and invincible power. Time is running out if The Shadow is to stop this crimson-masked megalomaniac from making his insane dreams come true! The Shadow!

Year: 1975

    The Shadow #11: Pyramid PB by Maxwell Grant

A crime wave swept over Seaview City. "Big Tom" Bagshawe led the suckers upstairs to the gambling den at the Club Catalina. Shifter Reeves peddled dope in every waterfront dive. Dapper Herbert Carpenter stalked the Hotel Pavilion lobby for playboys with a weakness for vice. And "Hooks" Borglund provided the blazing guns to make all run smoothly.

Year: 1976

    The Shadow #14: Pyramid PB by Maxwell Grant

The lure of gold -- that lust which has made men kill throughout the ages -- had gripped the enemies of justice. The swindle of the century threatened to put the world at the mercy of either a power-hungry, underhanded financier and his cohorts, or an eccentric creator of synthetic gold. But the common purpose which brought Forster, Morales, and Armagnac to inventor Lucien Partridge did not stop them from cunningly plotting behind each others' backs.

Year: 1977

    The Shadow #18: Jove PB by Maxwell Grant

A European philantropist was sending a secret emissary to America to collect money for the good of mankind. But where money was involved, no secret could be kept from the overlord of crime! The emissary himself was the first to die. Then followed cold-blooded murder after cold-blooded murder -- and with every innocent soul who died, more millions of dollars heaped up in the dark coffers of the underworld. The police were baffled -- for this was the work of an archvillian who called himself only "Crix," a criminal genius so adept at covering his tracks that no man alive could discern them.

Year: 1977

 

 

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1974The Shadow #1: Pyramid PB by Maxwell Grant
The Living Shadow
1974The Shadow #2: Pyramid PB by Maxwell Grant
The Black Master
1974The Shadow #3: Pyramid PB by Maxwell Grant
The Mobsmen on the Spot
1975The Shadow #4: Pyramid PB by Maxwell Grant
Hands in the Dark
1975The Shadow #5: Pyramid PB by Maxwell Grant
Double Z
1975The Shadow #6: Pyramid PB by Maxwell Grant
The Crime Cult
1975The Shadow #7: Pyramid PB by Maxwell Grant
The Red Menace
1976The Shadow #11: Pyramid PB by Maxwell Grant
Kings of Crime
1977The Shadow #14: Pyramid PB by Maxwell Grant
The Creeping Death
1977The Shadow #18: Jove PB by Maxwell Grant
Murder Trail
1977The Shadow #19: Jove PB by Maxwell Grant
Zemba
1978The Shadow #21: Jove PB by Maxwell Grant
The Wealth Seeker

 

 

 


 

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