The first novel in the classic, hard-to-find, 1980s vigilante series…now back in print for the first time in decades.
Kyle Youngblood was a Green Beret in Vietnam…where he became a relentless killing machine, fighting for God and country, while longing for the humanity he left behind. They called him Dr. Death. But when he returned home to his ranch in Nevada, to his loving wife and kids, he discovered that he couldn’t escape the violence. It followed him like a shadow…and when Youngblood is forced to kill a man in self-defense, the son of a big-time mobster, the retribution is swift and brutal. But the mob’s professional assassins who come for Youngblood don’t realize he isn’t just some “hick rancher.” He’s a man who won’t be intimidated, who won’t run from a fight…and who won’t die easily. He’s declaring war on a new enemy, using the same lethal skills that he mastered in the steaming jungles of ‘Nam.
This new edition includes an introduction by Eric Compton. co-host of the Paperback Warrior podcast, that explores the life of author Herb Fisher and what makes his four Doctor Death books unique in the men’s action-adventure genre.
All four novels in Herb Fisher's action-packed, 1980s vigilante series are back -- now collected in one enormous, low-priced ebook.
The second novel in the DOCTOR DEATH saga. Freed from prison on a trumped-up charge, Youngblood is on a relentless quest for vengeance that takes him Nevada to Cuba, from the beaches of South Florida to the heart of darkness within his own soul. Nothing will stop him until he tastes the blood of final retribution.
They call him Doctor Death...bringing the fury of 'Nam to the crime-ridden streets of New York in the fourth book in the incredible 1980s action series. Kyle goes to New York to seek final vengeance in a deal with the devil.
The third book in the incredible 1980s action series. Ex-Green Beret Kyle Youngblood is a man who lost everything and everyone that he loved...dooming him to a violent, brutal quest for retribution that hasn't ended
Doctor Death shoots, stabs and strangles as smoothly as most grandmothers make hot cocoa. He is as handy with a bayonet as he is with an Uzi. He spares no one.
Doctor Death appears to be a late 80s cash grab targeting Mack Bolan fans. It's much better than that. Herb Fisher gets everything right with Doctor Death. Kyle is an admirable protagonist and his willingness to sacrifice himself for his family transcends the printed page