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0 out of 50 out of 50 out of 50 out of 50 out of 5 0.00 (0 ratings) (rate this audio book) Author: Randolph Craig Narrator: Glen Stone, Doug Stone Publisher: RadioArchives.com Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: September 2012 ISBN:
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Will Murray's Pulp Classics

Number one February - March 1939

The Octopus Vs. The Skull Killer is a classic not-to-be-missed pulp duel to the death!

The City Condemned to Hell

Norvell W. Page backed by Edith and Eljir Jakobsson writing as Randolph Craig

In the dead of night while the city slept, out from their subterranean sanctuaries they came, crawling and staggering - those accursed creatures which once had been men and women... while a terror-mad horde searched for Dr. Skull, condemned of bringing eight million people to destruction!

The Octopus - fiend of evil! He appeared once, in a single pulp magazine issue, and never appeared again. The magazine never made to a series, for some reason. It was over-the-top action and audacious weird-menace thrills. A classic, the likes of which has never been seen again! One of the rare supernatural series in the pulps, The Octopus returns in this vintage pulp tale, reissued for today's listeners in audiobook format.

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About the Author

Craig Rice (1908–1957); born Georgiana Ann Randolph Craig; was an American author of mystery novels and short stories, sometimes described as “the Dorothy Parker of detective fiction.” She was the first mystery writer to appear on the cover of Time Magazine, on January 28, 1946