So, who is Thunder Jim Wade? He was raised by the Minos civilization, a lost colony of Crete in Africa after his explorer father died, and left when another explorer found the hidden land. He has various mental and physical abilities, most due to his upbringing. Afterwards, he became a sort of roving troubleshooter, operating off of a secret island in the South Pacific, alerted to trouble by agents scattered around in major cities.
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He created a unique vehicle called the Thunderbug a combination tank-submarine-airplane. He has two two aides: That was for cold steel. He could handle guns, but preferred to work with knives.
Perhaps dealing with five or six was too many for some authors. Like Monk and Ham, Argyle and Marat squabble. The Thunder Jim Wade stories are: He has to return to the hidden land when criminal elements learn of it and invade it. The second story deals with a group of criminals who try to create a jihad in the Middle East, as a cover to rob several banks in the area.
The third story deals with a hidden gold mine in the Andes, taken over by a criminal with apparent Nazi connections, the first real mention of World War II , and besieged by the local natives. The fourth story deals with two lost cities in Alaska — one of Norseman, the other of Russians who left during the period of Catherine the Great. A criminal is trying to stir up trouble over a Chinese statue of gold. The fifth is considered the best story, dealing with a lost city in Burma, a gold-making machine, and an attempted takeover this hidden land.
Not sure the cause. At first I thought the character was the same.
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