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The New Adventures of Jim Anthony, Super-Detective

The Death's Head Cloud
Narrated by: Bob Kern
Length: 3 hrs and 8 mins

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Summary

A smothering fog of doom heralds a terror that leaves a pile of bloody corpses in a busy subway station. The Death's Head Cloud strikes swiftly, snaring innocents in its foul grip, leaving madness and death in its wake. Will Jim Anthony be able to solve this mystery, or will he also succumb to this terrible menace?

Reynolds, known for previous works featuring this classic pulp character, breathes new life into Jim Anthony. Originally written by such greats as Robert Leslie Bellem, W. T. Ballard, and Victor Rousseau Emanuel, Anthony was a half-Irish, half-Indian, and all-American adventurer who inherited great wealth and has amazing mental and physical abilities. Scholar, businessman, scientist, criminologist, and inventor, Jim Anthony is prepared to face any danger, solve any mystery, and overcome any challenge in his battle for justice!

From out of the past, the super-detective returns in a bold new adventure as he fights a deadly menace that lurks in the very air we breathe. From Pro Se Productions and Pulp Obscura, The New Adventures of Jim Anthony, Super Detective delivers mystery, action, and pulp with both fists and barrels!

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  • 30-08-20

New adventures?

I'm not clear why this book is called The New Adventures of Jim Anthony. Five volumes of Jim Anthony tales preceded this one... Well, as far as I know... And none of these are the original pulp adventures of Jim Anthony... Whatever. I enjoyed this one as with the rest. The narrator from the first four volumes is back - warts and all - and that's fine with me! I've gotten used to him... On to Volume 2!