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When millionaire Jethro Dumont disappeared into the mystic fastness of Tibet, the world thought him lost forever. But he came back with a sacred mission: to eradicate evil and all suffering that originates from wickedness. Donning the emerald robes of a Tibetan monk, Dumont became The Green Lama, a relentless scourge of the Underworld. Aided by ordinary people from all walks of life, guided by the mystery woman known only as Magga, The Green Lama employs esoteric methods to conquer crime.

In this exciting premiere Green Lama audiobook, his first two exploits are presented. In The Case of the Crimson Hand, he takes on a vicious super criminal. And in the second, Croesus of Murder, he plunges into the Everglades to confront a criminal Furher intent upon enslaving America.

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A great listen for fans of classic pulp heroes

Anyone who's a fan of The Shadow, The Green Hornet, The Phantom, or other vintage pulp heroes should enjoy this book, which comprises the first two adventures of the Green Lama. Michael McConnohie reading is spot on with stereotypical gangsters and scheming Nazis hearkening back to the days of old time radio. I look forward to listening to the rest of these exciting stories.