By Norvell Page
They said it couldn’t happen here. Then they said one man couldn’t stop it! Richard Wentworth spent his vigilante career as The Spider always in the shadows. Now evil acted in broad daylight. The Party of Justice swept into office, rewriting the laws of New York state overnight to benefit their criminal backers and make slaves of its people. This American Reichstag gave itself sweeping powers and raised a private army to exert its malevolent will. How could The Spider hope to stop a criminal conspiracy as big as the state itself? This time The Master of Men would go beyond taking the lives of evildoers… by bringing Hope to the tyrannized citizens of the Empire State! The “Black Police Trilogy” is author Norvell Page’s classic pulp fiction Nazi allegory from 1938. Originally published in three consecutive months of The Spider Magazine, the novels are collected in book form for the first time!
- “The City That Paid To Die” – The Spider, August 1938
- “The Spider at Bay” – The Spider, September 1938
- “Scourge of the Black Legions” – The Spider, October 1938
- Classic pulp art by John Fleming Gould & John Newton Howitt
- A new foreword by Thomas Krabacher
- A unique book design by Chris Kalb.
- Winner of the 2010 National Indie Excellence® Awards for Cover Fiction and Book Interior Design.