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A visiting king vanishes from his moving limousine on the way to a White House dinner, astounding the world. The nation is baffled. Authorities are helpless. The political world reels. What happened to King Goz?

Doc Savage is called to Washington, DC, to unravel the enigma of the missing monarch. But the mystery only darkens when the royal sword turns up - impaled in the bodies of victims discovered from the nation's capital to Doc Savage's locked safe in his New York City headquarters. Then the ghost of long-dead King Fausto appears - walking through solid walls and utterly impervious to bullets. Can the mighty Man of Bronze capture this unstoppable phantom?

Chapters: #1 One Missing King; #2 Sword Swallower; #3 The Persistent Mouse; #4 Man Flash; #5 Far-Fetched Yarn; #6 Caspar; #7 Gold-Leaf Trail; #8 Grief for Pat; #9 Snow-Bearded Specter; #10 Missing Mogul; #11 The Empire Maker; #12 The Dispirited; #13 Infernal Device; #14 The Strangeness; #15 Grief and More Grief; #16 The Worst Kinds of Luck; #17 Reign of T.

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  • Dix
  • Marysville, WA United States
  • 05-26-17

Not quite Doc, but fun

While the story was quite as good as the originals, it was still a fun listen.

Michael McConnohie is great at narrating this style of book, though sometimes his female voices tend to sound the same. It was very fun to listen to.