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"Smith went racing down the stairs like a man possessed. Heavy with such a foreboding of calamity as I had not known for two years, I followed him—along the hall and out into the road. The very peace and beauty of the night in some way increased my mental agitation. The sky was lighted almost tropically with such a blaze of stars as I could not recall to have seen since, my futile search concluded, I had left Egypt. The glory of the moonlight yellowed the lamps speckled across the expanse of the common. The night was as still as night can ever be in London."

The Return of Dr. Fu-Manchu is the second of the 14 Fu-Manchu books written by Sax Rohmer, pseudonym of Henry Sarsfield Ward. Follow the adventures of Nayland Smith and Dr. Petrie as they battle the arch-villain Dr. Fu-Manchu in this classic example of pulp fiction. [May contain controversial or mature content.]

Book publisher: A. L. Burt Company, New York
Book copyright: Robert M. McBride & Co., 1916
Book edition: Early edition, using plates of McBride first edition
Pages:
332 (352 bound pages)
Size:
5″ x 7-1/2″
Dust jacket
: Yes, also printed on reverse
Illustrations: None
Back matter: 12 pages of book ads
Digital edition © 2005 Curtis Philips. All Rights Reserved.

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