Tales of Secret Egypt
Rohmer (Arthur Henry Sarsfield Ward) was a prolific English mystery writer, best known for the master criminal Dr. Fu Manchu and his opponents Denis Nayland Smith, Dr. Petrie, named after the Egyptologist Flinders Petrie, and the beautiful Karamaneh, the source of Petrie's daydreams. He also wrote under the name Michael Furey. Contents: Part I. Tales of Abu Tabah: The Yashmak of Pearls; The Death-Ring of Sneferu; The Lady of the Lattice; Omar of Ispahan; Breath of Allah; and The Whispering Mummy. Part II. Other Tales: Lord of the Jackals; Lure of the Souls; The Secret of Ismail; Harun Pasha; In the Valley of the Sorceress; and Pomegranate Flower. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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Review: Tales of Secret EgyptUser Review - Mike Mikos - Goodreads
Early effort by Sax Rohmer, One of my favorite authors. Short story collection set in Egypt during early British Colonialism. Not up to his later efforts. Read full review