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Into the arena of the endless war which society wages on the criminal has stepped a new and gallant warrior: Dan Fowler, special agent of the Department of Justice. Tireless, vigilant, and daring, Dan faces the sinister forces of the underworld, determined to wrest the stranglehold of crime from the throat of humanity! Armed with courage and an insuperable power of strategy and deduction, he pits all his strength and energy against the gangster and the racketeer.
Death walks ever at his elbow, ready to claim him for its own - this intrepid man-hunter stops at no risk, and no sacrifice is too great for him to make in the line of duty. He is one of the valiant army of G-Men who have brought a new spirit into the campaign against crime! And it is this new spirit - this modern method of tackling the problem of lawlessness - that you will find reflected in G-Men.
G-Man Dan Fowler takes the trail of the Grey Gang - that band of masked killers who laugh at the law while committing every heinous crime known to humanity!
Dan Fowler, special agent of the Department of Justice, appeared as a long-running series inside G-Men Detective from 1935 to 1953. Join him as he battles the brutal instruments of crimedom.
Will Murray's Pulp Classics line of audiobooks are of the highest quality and feature the great pulp fiction stories of the 1930s-1950s.
©1935 Beacon Magazines, Inc. (P)2012 RadioArchives.com
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