The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu

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Forgotten Books, 1913 - China - 246 pages
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Nayland Smith realizes that the murder of Sir Crichton Davies in his locked study could only be the work of Dr. Fu Manchu, and he sets out to capture the sinister, elusive Tibetan sorcerer.

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Review: The Insidious Dr. Fu-Manchu (Fu Manchu #1)

User Review  - Dean Anderson - Goodreads

Why only one star? Perhaps because racism is at the heart of the book. Not only is the mad doctor constantly referred to as the barbaric yellow peril that threatens the civilized white race, other ... Read full review

Review: The Insidious Dr. Fu-Manchu (Fu Manchu #1)

User Review  - Wreade1872 - Goodreads

Despite being the first in the series it seems to contain everything one expects from a Fu Manchu story. Although some of the mysteries turn out a little lame. Read full review

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