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When numerous young women from the upper classes of London are mysteriously kidnapped -- all of them blonde, tall and babe-alicious -- it attracts the attention of Scotland Yard sleuth Raphael Phare and his academic sidekick, Martin Sondes. Soon all sorts of other phenomena involving silent auto-gyros and poisonous catalysts occur and the fate of blondes the world around seems to be in the hand of a Hitler-inspired Teutonic madman. Or was Hitler inspired by Odoric Odic, the Viking giant?
The parallels with Hitler and Doc Savage are obvious but this was written in 1933! For the first time this incredible adventure of eugenics and Master Racism is available in the United States.
With a super cover by Gavin L. O'Keefe, this masterpiece of political incorrectness is a must for your eugenics library. Other books by Irishman Douglas Newton (1884-1951) are The Golden Cat, The Jade-Green Garter and Sookey.
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