September, 1936 — When a famous adventurer goes missing, humble pulp-fiction writer Sid Friedman finds himself snared in a web of exotic intrigue... and otherworldly terror. With a rallying cry of “What would Doc Savage do,” Sid and his band of improbable heroes follow a trail of evil from the concrete canyons of New York to the hidden peaks of a fabled land. But with each step, they fall deeper into the clutches of the greatest fiend since Fu Manchu himself!
Inspired by the fantastic pulp-magazine adventures of the era, "Dragon in the Snow" is a tongue-in-cheek blend of two-fisted action, wry humor and old-school science fiction featuring a ragtag bunch of heroes, exotic locales and an unforgettable villain.
COMMENTS FROM READERS OF THE FIRST EDITION...
-- "Loved it. Loved it. LOVED it. What a fun romp."
-- "What a great adventure. Double-fisted action on the roof of the world! This would make a great movie."
-- "This is NOT an easy book to put down."
-- "I read the second half in one marathon session on a rainy Saturday afternoon. I just had to know what happened next."
-- "The book is great, full of action and humor and character and 1930s flavor."
-- "I have ten pages left to read and the suspense is KILLING ME!!!"
-- "Doc Savage would be proud!"