Ravenwood returns in a brand new series of weird adventures, beginning with this audiobook in which he combats Sun Koh, a lost prince of Atlantis, battles with monstrous Yetis in Manhattan and deals with murderous ghosts and zombie assassins. New pulp storytellers Frank Schildiner, B.C. Bell, Bill Gladman and Bobby Nash offer up a quartet of fast-paced, bizarre thrillers that rekindle the excitement and wonder that were the pulps.
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Easily one of the most little known pulp heroes was Ravenwood, the Stepson of Mystery. In all he appeared in only five stories, as backup tales in issues of Secret Agent X. Several years ago Airship 27 Productions released its first volume in this series, bringing back this unique occult detective whose different-colored eyes are always changing, along with his Tibetan teacher/mentor, the Nameless One; and his loyal British butler, Stirling. Now, get ready for another quartet of brand-new tales of suspense and action.
One of the most famous unsolved murder mysteries was the shooting death of well-known actor-director William Desmond Taylor in Hollywood, circa 1922. Nine years later, while investigating an alleged curse on German composer Wilhem Richard Wagner's lost opera, occult detective Ravenwood uncovers a connection between the missing score and the death of the flamboyant Taylor. He is hired to find it. Upon arriving in Hollywood, he discovers others connected to the lost opera have also perished under mysterious circumstances.