NIGHT WITHOUT DARKNESS by Kenneth Orvis

NIGHT WITHOUT DARKNESS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

How many more spy novels on tap? Only the Shadow knows... that shadow of the super man in the twilight of the Cold War. This time Clark Kent is disguised as agent Alan Breck of ""the most dreaded secret service organization in the West"" and he is out to stop an international power from using the ultimate weapon of ""paralysis mist"" which makes robots out of real live human beings. And fortunately there are some super women on hand to help Breck recapture the defecting evil scientist and there's the inevitable escape-chase. Popcorn? Peanuts please!

Pub Date: April 18th, 1966
Publisher: Coward-McCann