The Monster Men
  
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Men or Monsters? What were those thirteen hulking brutes Professor Maxon had created in his laboratory? Soulless, malformed, brainless they were, nevertheless composed of flesh and blood and endowed with the spark of life. Only number 13 was the redeeming feature of this grewsome experiment, for he was a perfect specimen of a man, but he, too, was soulless. Unconsciously he was the cause of the most diabolical plans Professor Maxon had yet concocted--his beautiful daughter Virginia was to marry this monster. From ERBville Press.
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