Pulp Hero Doc Savage Returns in Exciting Audiobook Adventure

Spokane Valley, WA (PressExposure) June 10, 2011 -- For over 80 years, the name Doc Savage has meant thrills and excitement to millions of readers worldwide. Now, for the very first time, the legendary Man of Bronze comes to vivid life in "Python Isle", the first audiobook adventure from RadioArchives.com.

In "Python Isle", a long-lost pioneer flyer returns to civilization accompanied by an exotic woman who speaks in a lost tongue. From his towering skyscraper headquarters in New York, through a dangerous Zeppelin journey to Cape Town, climaxing on a serpent-haunted island in the forbidden reaches of the Indian Ocean, Doc Savage and his iron comrades race to untangle a weird puzzle so deep that the only clues can be found in the Bible!

Written by Will Murray and produced and directed by Roger Rittner - the same team that created "The Adventures of Doc Savage" radio series - "Python Isle" features dramatic narration by Michael McConnohie, cover art by Joe DeVito, and two exclusive audio interviews with Will Murray on the history of Doc Savage and the discovery of Doc Savage creator Lester Dent's long lost manuscripts.

"Python Isle", available as an 8-CD set priced at $25.98 or as an 8-hour digital download priced at $17.98, is the first in a new pulp fiction audiobook series from RadioArchives.com. Upcoming releases will feature the classic adventures of The Spider, Secret Agent "X", and all seven of Will Murray's exciting Doc Savage adventures.

About RadioArchives.com

RadioArchives.com is one of the largest creators and distributors of old time radio and pulp fiction entertainment in the United States. Specializing in fully restored radio programs, remastered from original recordings, they are known for their outstanding audio fidelity, impressive packaging, and commitment to top quality customer service.

For review copies. interviews, wholesale opportunities, or additional information, contact:

Harlan Zinck
http://www.RadioArchives.com
1402 S Kahuna Drive
Spokane Valley, WA 99212-3258
Service@RadioArchives.com
800-886-0551

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Press Release Submitted On: June 10, 2011 at 12:43 am
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