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"I stood listening for a repetition of that mysterious sound, as of something that both dragged and tapped, which already had arrested my attention. My vigilance went unrewarded. I had closed the window to exclude the yellow mist, but subconsciously I was aware of its encircling presence, walling me in, and now I found myself in such a silence as I had known in deserts but could scarce have deemed possible in fog-bound London, the the heart of he world's metropolis, with the traffic of the Strand below me upon one side and the restless life of the river upon the other."

The Hand of Fu-Manchu is the third of the fourteen Fu-Manchu books written by Sax Rohmer, pseudonym for Henry Sarsfield Ward. Follow the adventures of Nayland Smith and Dr. Petrie as they battle the arch-villain Dr. Fu-Manchu in the foggy streets of London in this classic example of pulp fiction.

Book publisher: A.L. Burt Company, New York, 1917
Book copyright: Robert M. McBride & Co., 1917
Book edition: Third Printing, 1917
Pages: 308
Size: 5″ x 7-5/8″
Dust jacket: Yes
Illustrations: None
Back matter: 4 pages
Digital edition © 2010 by Curtis Philips

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