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Dr Damon Zeno: microbiologist… American defector… a dedicated and dangerous enemy. That was about all Nick Carter knew about the man he was hunting — except that Zeno was set up in a secret lab, perfecting a chilling new weapon for the destruction of the United States.

The weapon was the `Omega mutation` — a microscopic bug. It multiplied quickly and it could not be destroyed. It would kill a man in a matter of days. Zeno planned to turn it loose in the United States — and Nick Carter had no choice but to destroy Zeno before `Omega Day`.

Soon Carter was in Tangier, hot on Zeno`s trail — with his automatic snug in its holster… a beautiful girl named Gabrielle close at his side… and a death trap waiting for him at every turn.

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Nick Carter ( Nick Carter ). Nick Carter is a unique character in the detective genre, unsurpassed in the number of works in which he acts and in the number of its creators. Thanks to its massive circulation and affordability, the Nick Carter series has played a huge role in popularizing the genre. At the same time, Nick Carter is the collective pseudonym of a large number of so-called "dime writers" (from dime - a dime), i.e. authors of short stories in entertainment periodicals. Nick Carter first appeared in the story "The Mysterious Crime in Madison Square" on September 18, 1886 in New York Weekly. The story was written by John Russell Cornwell (1848 - 1924), and the idea belonged to his cousin Ormand Smith, head of the Street & amp; Smith publishing group. Coryell wrote two more stories about Carter, after which his work was continued by other authors. Among them were William Perry Brown, Frederick Barton, William Cook, Frederick Davies and others.

The most famous of them was Frederick van Renselaer Day (1861 - 1922), who wrote several hundred stories about Nick Carter. In this series of stories, the image of a perfect positive hero, an implacable fighter against the underworld, was created. Nick Carter was a smart, strong, lovable man. He used the services of volunteers, and later opened a school for the preparation of private detectives. He had no addictions to tobacco and alcoholic beverages. Outward features of Nick Carter were very similar to those of Eugene Sandow, an American strongman of the early 900s. From the very beginning, Nick Carter is a handsome, quick-witted young man of small stature, but highly trained. He is determined, brave, straightforward and dedicated to his cause. Nothing can shake his faith in justice and his patriotism. He conducts investigations skillfully and professionally, and is especially well versed in forensic medicine. His strong point is the art of reincarnation: he can play the role of a Chinese, a dandy, an elderly woman, a young negro and a capitalist. The Carter series was hugely popular; published in many countries of the world; was filmed in France and the USA. About 800 stories in the series have been reworked for radio dramas. After a short break, in 1964 Nick. Carter has been resurrected as a modern-day Secret Service agent in a series of novels of over a hundred titles. Nick Carter, a hero stunning in activity and ingenuity, has become a favorite of millions of readers not only in the United States, but all over the world. Millions of copies and more than 1200 created, and triumphantly marching through the western pages of comics, is the best confirmation of this. Carter was the first American literary detective to hit the silver screen. In the silent film he was played by Andre Liabel, Thomas Carrigan and Edmund Lowe, in the sound one - by Walter Pigeon. At the end of the 20th century, the books Gail Linds were published under the name of Nick Carter. The short story "Pretty Clever Girl" first appeared on November 24, 1894, in the New York Weekly, with the subtitle "From the Nick Carter Tales."  Detective. Declaration of love .  Wikipedia .

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Nick Carter ( Nick Carter ). Nick Carter is a unique character in the detective genre, unsurpassed in the number of works in which he acts and in the number of its creators. Thanks to its massive circulation and affordability, the Nick Carter series has played a huge role in popularizing the genre. At the same time, Nick Carter is the collective pseudonym of a large number of so-called "dime writers" (from dime - a dime), i.e. authors of short stories in entertainment periodicals. Nick Carter first appeared in the story "The Mysterious Crime in Madison Square" on September 18, 1886 in New York Weekly. The story was written by John Russell Cornwell (1848 - 1924), and the idea belonged to his cousin Ormand Smith, head of the Street & amp; Smith publishing group. Coryell wrote two more stories about Carter, after which his work was continued by other authors. Among them were William Perry Brown, Frederick Barton, William Cook, Frederick Davies and others. The most famous of them was Frederick van Renselaer Day (1861 - 1922), who wrote several hundred stories about Nick Carter. In this series of stories, the image of a perfect positive hero, an implacable fighter against the underworld, was created. Nick Carter was a smart, strong, lovable man. He used the services of volunteers, and later opened a school for the preparation of private detectives. He had no addictions to tobacco and alcoholic beverages. Outward features of Nick Carter were very similar to those of Eugene Sandow, an American strongman of the early 900s. From the very beginning, Nick Carter is a handsome, quick-witted young man of small stature, but highly trained. He is determined, brave, straightforward and dedicated to his cause. Nothing can shake his faith in justice and his patriotism. He conducts investigations skillfully and professionally, and is especially well versed in forensic medicine. His strong point is the art of reincarnation: he can play the role of a Chinese, a dandy, an elderly woman, a young negro and a capitalist. The Carter series was hugely popular; published in many countries of the world; was filmed in France and the USA. About 800 stories in the series have been reworked for radio dramas. After a short break, in 1964 Nick. Carter has been resurrected as a modern-day Secret Service agent in a series of novels of over a hundred titles. Nick Carter, a hero stunning in activity and ingenuity, has become a favorite of millions of readers not only in the United States, but all over the world. Millions of copies and more than 1200 created, and triumphantly marching through the western pages of comics, is the best confirmation of this. Carter was the first American literary detective to hit the silver screen. In the silent film he was played by Andre Liabel, Thomas Carrigan and Edmund Lowe, in the sound one - by Walter Pigeon. At the end of the 20th century, the books Gail Linds were published under the name of Nick Carter. The short story "Pretty Clever Girl" first appeared on November 24, 1894, in the New York Weekly, with the subtitle "From the Nick Carter Tales."  Detective. Declaration of love .  Wikipedia .