- Come, commissioner, you can't really believe I murdered Grenshaw and Naseby? Talk to Dorgan again, and that chap who operated the cloak room at the Argonne. You'll find them both reliable.
Appearing in "Tear-Drops of Buddha"
- The Shadow's Agents:
- Count Bela Zurich (dies)
- Thangra, the Rajah of Bildapore (dies)
- Mata Safi
- Rouge (henchman; dies)
- Noir (henchman; dies)
- Commissioner Ralph Weston
- Inspector Joe Cardona
- Ted Trent
- Janice Moreland
- Heywood Moreland
- Elliott Bruce (a cloak room attendant)
- Dorgan (a night watchman)
- Cecil Grenshaw (dies)
- Niles Naseby (dies)
- Carl Schorner (a jewel appraiser; dies)
- Sheridan Welk (dies)
- New York City
- Cobalt Club
- Hotel Argonne
- Casino Monaco
- Hotel Ramorez
Synopsis for "Tear-Drops of Buddha"
A fantastic smuggling scheme involves The Shadow in his most dangerous assignment - to solve the secret of twelve, glowing tears!
- Sanctum Books reprinted "Tear-Drops of Buddha" in The Shadow Double-Novel Reprint #98.
- Elliott Bruce, the cloak room attendant at the Hotel Argonne, is one of Gibson's closest friends, and fellow magician, Bruce Elliott. Two years later Elliott would replace Gibson and be the author of The Shadow pulps from 1946 to 1948.
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