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For the first time in his long career as a master crime-fighter, The Shadow thrusts aside his veil of mystery. Not under one of his many aliases, but in his true identity, The Shadow reveals himself. In this battle against the underworld, the unfathomable past of the man known as The Shadow is finally exposed.
Narrated by Kevin T. Collins, Mark Boyett, Jonathan Todd Ross, Marc Vietor, Richard Poe, Joe Barrett, Susannah Jones, David Marantz, Nick Sullivan, Jay Snyder, Scott Aiello, Gabriel Vaughan, Richard Ferrone, Kevin Pariseau, LJ Ganser, Jonathan Davis, and a full cast.
©1937 Street & Smith Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright renewed 1964 by Condé Nast Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. (P)2017 Audible, Inc.
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By Matthew Kelley on 11-06-17

More Pulpy goodness from Audible and The Shadow

This is another of Walter Gibson's pulp novels featuring The Shadow to get the multicast treatment. With sound effects and music, this plays like a modern version of an old time radio show. This particular story is one of the most famous in the entire Shadow run as readers finally learn who The Shadow really is. This was very well done. I certainly hope these productions of classic pulp stories continue. While the material must be considered within the the framework of the time it was originally produced, the adventures are great fun. Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? The Shadow (and Audible) knows!

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By Amazon Customer on 11-14-17

A great look at the pulp of yesteryear

I have always loved the old Shadow radio.drama. I am glad that audible is taking the original pulp novels and dramatizing them. The tone and narration is spot on. AUDIBLE 20 REVIEW SWEEPSTAKES ENTRY

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