THE SHADOW-1984 REPRINT-THE GOLDEN MASTER-SHIWAN KHAN

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  • Sold Date: Dec 29,2006
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THE SHADOW-1984 REPRINT-THE GOLDEN MASTER-SHIWAN KHAN
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The Shadow REPRINT of The Golden Master pulp from 1939 also reprints Shiwan Kahn Returns. This is the First Edition published by Mysterious Press in 1984. Hardcover book with dust jacket. Back cover of dust jacket is portrait photo of Walter Gibson who wrote the Shadow novels as Maxwell Grant. Read two of the greatest Shadow stories at a fraction of the cost of the original pulps.
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