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ISBN: 1400150507 / ISBN-13: 9781400150502

The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu


Nayland Smith, who once worked for Scotland Yard, convinces an old friend, Dr. Petrie, to help him catch a criminal mastermind known as Dr. Fu Manchu ... Show synopsis

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  • The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu (Tantor Media Inc) – Audiobook CD (2002)
    by Professor Sax Rohmer, John Bolen (Read by)

    The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu

    Audiobook CD, Tantor Media Inc

    ISBN: 1400150507
    ISBN-13: 9781400150502

    * Mp3 CD Format *. Dr. Fu Manchu, the terrorizing and macabre master of a secretive Oriental organization, is dedicated to conquering the world. Fu Manchu's greatest nemesis, British investigator Nayland Smith, is one of the few people who can meet Fu Manchu's gaze without falling under his hypnotic power. It is up to Smith and his faithful companion, Dr. Petrie, to foil Dr. Fu Manchu's diabolical plot.

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The granddad of pulp fiction

by Norms on Jan 31, 2008

If you ever wondered where pulp fiction got its start, look no further. Sax Rohmer's classic Fu Manchu stories started the genre, and while they may not be the best example, they certainly make for an interesting read. The premise is simple: Dr. Fu Manchu is an evil Oriental genius set on world domination, and only Det. Nayland Smith and his faithful Watson Dr. Petrie can stop him. Fu Manchu, in a bid to stop them, throws every horrible and diabolical trap at them he can to stop them, often killing others instead. I am not saying that this is the best story of its type from its era: but you certainly have to give Rohmer the credit for coming up with it, and I recommend it for those who want to look at the beginning of this genre.

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