THE SHADOW Volume 44: “Atoms of Death” and “Buried Evidence”
The Shadow’s alter egos of Lamont Cranston and Henry Arnaud take center stage in two thrillers from the Golden Age of Pulp Fiction. First, The Shadow is captured by the inventor of a deadly atomic disintegrator ray, in a novel that reintroduces the real Lamont Cranston. Then, the truth behind a fatal automobile accident is concealed by Buried Evidence. Can The Shadow unearth the million-dollar secret and prevent more murder? This instant collector’s item showcases both color pulp covers by George Rozen, the classic interior illustrations by Tom Lovell and Edd Cartier and commentary by popular-culture historian Will Murray.
- Sanctum Books
- 128 pages