Used availability for Grant Stockbridge's Corpse Cargo.
Used availability for Grant Stockbridge's Corpse Cargo. May 2019 : USA Paperback.
Pirates are at work, on land instead of by sea. Entire trains are struck by artificial green chain lightning. No one survives, the lightning strikes several times to make sure. The crooks then board and rob passengers and cargo, blasting the train afterward with a final burst of green flame! The lightning is the invention of Jonas Curley, and the life of his family is threatened. Their leader is the enigmatic woman calling herself Captain Kidd.
The Corpse Cargo: The Spider, Written by Grant Stockbridge
The Corpse Cargo: The Spider, Written by Grant Stockbridge. Narrated by Nick Santa Maria. When a looted train filled with electrified corpse’s crashes into Grand Central Station, Richard Wentworth again dons the dark garments of The Spider-Master of Men! His mission: to track down this distaff demon and bring an end to her vicious reign of citizen slaughter.
Corpse Cargo : The Spider Thriller. By (author) Grant Stockbridge.
Written by Grant Stockbridge, RadioArchives. com, narrated by Roger Rittner. During his ferocious first year fighting crime, The Spider faced the most amazing array of supercriminals ever spawned.
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Dusk was falling on the Corpse Bridge by the time Jason Shaw reached the river. The broken stone setts felt slippery under his boots after a heavy shower, and the walls ran with moisture in the fading light
Dusk was falling on the Corpse Bridge by the time Jason Shaw reached the river. The broken stone setts felt slippery under his boots after a heavy shower, and the walls ran with moisture in the fading light. He shivered and shook the rain from his hair as he checked his watch one more time. He heard one shout, an incoherent yell with no words, a cry that might almost have come from an animal. Then the crashing stopped, and there was silence. Jason was left standing for a moment on the approach to the Corpse Bridge, listening carefully for a sound, but hearing only the rush of the river and the dripping of rain from the trees.
The Corpse Cargo (The Spider v. 3, no. 2, Ju. Will Murray gives a good write up on Page in his forward for the "G Stands For Glory" Kindle book of Page's detective stories, some of which is used in the main article on this page. 2, Jul. 1934).