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Orchestrated villainy...

Jim Anthony has battled all manner of evil and villainy in his illustrious career as a globe-trotting adventurer. But now, he finds himself challenged by three unique criminals, each with devastating weapons of destruction: the Flame Wizard, Baron Strum and Prof. Meteon. Each is determined to wreak unimaginable havoc on the world and vanquish the Super Detective in the process.

The hero soon comes to suspect there is a fourth nemesis: a super mastermind orchestrating these other villains in a cunning, deadly plot for reasons he is unable to fathom. But the Super Detective is never alone, thanks to his various allies a la pilot Tom Gentry and British butler Dawkins. Along the way, he is joined by the beautiful Maria Flores and her All-Girl Squad.

Writer Adam Mudman Bezecny has plotted a fast-paced and action-packed novel in four parts, creating some of the most dastardly pulp villains ever to challenge the Super Detective. Buckle up for a wild ride, pulp fans, this is adventure with a capital A - for Jim Anthony!

©2017 Adam Mudman Bezecny (P)2018 RadioArchives.com

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Jim Anthony Versus the Mastermind!

I liked this volume in the Jim Anthony series, but the writing wasn't as good, I think. Possibly, it would have read fine if they hadn't changed the narrator. Even though he was good, and the narrator for the previous volumes had his weaknesses, it's always difficult transitioning from one voice to another mid-series. Whatever the specific reason, this is, for me, the weakest entry so far, but I still enjoyed it.