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Spurred by a clue from a blind violinist with a tattoo of a map on his back, Doc Savage and his Fabulous Five crew take a desperate journey to the frozen North on a Helldiver submarine in search of a missing liner named the Oceanic and rumored to contain millions and millions in gold and diamonds.

©1933, 1960 Street & Smith Publications, Inc., Condé Nast Publications, Inc. (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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A Good Read

I forgot how much I enjoyed reading Doc Savage books. It’s a good action book,a good story and it’s short enough you can listen to it in one day. If you just getting into the old Pulp books or if you’ve grown up reading like I have you will enjoy the Doc Savage series.

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Top notch!

One of the absolute best of the classic early period of Doc Savage, beautifully performed. A great read!

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An Early Doc Savage Adventure

Doc Savage is at the height of his adventure story style here in this early entry in the series. The narration is top notch and gives the listener the feel of a radio drama back in the day. All of Doc's iconic mannerisms and friends are here (except Pat who he would not meet until a few stories later).

This was a lot of fun to listen to.
I had read the book not too long ago, but decided to give the audio a try.
That was a good decision on my part.

Highly recommended for any fan of adventure fiction!

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