Dr. Brutus Lloyd is no more than four feet ten inches tall, an amazingly gnome-like man. He's not a dwarf, simply vest-pocket size. His head has a brow like a baby cliff, capped by a tuft of jet-black hair that curled down the immense forehead. His face, though overbalanced by the brow, is powerful for all its smallness. The most surprising thing about him is his deep bass voice. A brilliant scientist and criminologist, his unorthodox methods in combating criminals sometimes causes consternation to Inspector Branson of the New York City Police. Branson never quite knows how to take his extraordinary scientific ideas—but he knows better than to ignore them, because they were invariably right!
Four classic scientific mystery tales from the era of the pulp magazines.