The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu
by Sax Rohmer
Publisher: A. L. Burt 1913
Number of pages: 408
Follow the exciting adventures of Commissioner Nayland Smith as he pursues Dr. Fu Manchu across the opium dens of Thames-side London and various country estates. Sax Rohmer's FuManchu novels are a combination of Sherlock Holmes pastiche and anti-Chinese paranoia.
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