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The Si-Fan mysteries.

Sax Rohmer

The Si-Fan mysteries.

by Sax Rohmer

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Published by Tom Stacey Reprints Ltd. in London .
Written in English


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Originally published, 1917.

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Open LibraryOL20778820M
ISBN 100854683518

The reason for the long interval was that Rohmer wanted to be well and truly done with the series after The Si-Fan Mysteries, much as Arthur Conan Doyle did with Sherlock Holmes. The first three books had been successfully filmed by Stoll in the twenties as a pair of serials. The Orchard of Tears is an odd book in the context of Sax Rohmer. “The Flower of Silence” was the first installment of Sax Rohmer’s The Si-Fan story was first published in Collier’s on April 8, and was later expanded to comprise the first four chapters of the third Fu-Manchu novel, The Si-Fan Mysteries first published in by Cassell in the UK and by McBride & Nast in the US under the variant title, The Hand of Fu Manchu.

  The Hand of Fu Manchu is the third book in the series and was also published under the title, The Si-Fan Mysteries. Readers interested in the series should start with The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu also available on )3/5(1). Dogs of War: A Joe Ledger Novel - Ebook written by Jonathan Maberry. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Dogs of War: A Joe Ledger Novel/5(31).

Si-Fan Mysteries. London: Methuen. British Title. The Hand of Fu Manchu. New York: McBride. American Title. The Golden Scorpion. London: Methuen. The Golden Scorpion. New York: McBride. The Golden Scorpion linked the story lines developed in the Yellow Claw () with Dr. Fu Manchu who appears but is not named. He is a spymaster, Burmese Commissioner, and a controller of the British Secret Service and the CID. During the following years the stories were published in collections, but at the end of the third book THE SI-FAN MYSTERIES (), Fu Manchu is dead, and another villain has taken his place.


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Fading/browning to Rating: % positive. Religion: Si-Fan (raised); Golden Daggers sect (former leader). Name: Fah Lo Suee Other Names: Sweet Perfume; Cursed Lotus, Lady of the Si-Fan; Madame Ingomar; Koreani; Queen Mamaloi Classification: villain Publisher(s): First Appearance: The Si-Fan Mysteries () - book 3 in Fu Manchu series First Appearance (Additional Details): (first appearance, unnamed) The Si-Fan Mysteries ( The Hand of Fu-Manchu is the 3rd book in the Dr.

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