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The Devil Doctor

Sax Rohmer

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Forsyth's body, and I told you of those which I had traced upon the ground here. They were caused by claws, Petrie!"

"Claws! I thought so! But what claws?"

"The claws of a poisonous thing. I recaptured the one used last night, killed it—against my will—and buried it on the mound. I was afraid to throw it in the pond, lest some juvenile fisherman should pull it out and sustain a scratch. I don't know how long the claws would remain venomous."

"You are treating me like a child, Smith," I said, slowly. "No doubt I am hopelessly obtuse, but perhaps you will tell me what this Chinaman carried in a leather bag and released upon Forsyth. It was something which you recaptured, apparently with the aid of a plate of cold turbot and a jug of milk. It was something, also, which Kâramanèh had been sent to recapture with the aid—"

I stopped.

"Go on," said Nayland Smith, turning the ray[56] to the left; "what d. . . Read More

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Who is legendary Dr Fu Manchu and how does he get rid of his opponents? Is their a way to stop this master villain? Who is the beauty assisting him? Great pulp crime with a good dose of mystery, horror and suspense. The action is a bit repetitive but it's okay with regard to that classic character a

The second Fu-Manchu novel, originally published in 1916 by Sax Rohmer (Arthur Henry Ward) continues the tales of the “most diabolical evil genius of all time”. Published in the UK under the name, “The Devil Doctor”, the story is told once again from the first-person perspective of Dr. Petrie who ac

Before I go into why I enjoyed this particular piece of literature so much, there may be the off chance some of you have no idea who Dr. Fu-Manchu actually is. Although the only time you might have heard of "Fu-Manchu" was when your bored college roommate decided to try and grow a gnarly mustache. T

Not as racist as the first book, "The Mystery of Dr. Fu-Manchu" (a.k.a, "The Insidious Dr. Fu-Manchu"). And, frankly, the novel suffers because of it. "The Mystery of Dr. Fu-Manchu" reminds you of that really racist elderly relative that you only see on holidays and is always belting out racial slur

Relistening. My original comments are below.


As enjoyable as the first, with Dr. Petrie unable to decide if Fu Manchu's sexiest operative is completely evil or just faking it. No matter, because one whiff of that perfume turns him into her slave (more or less). To the understandab

The Return of Dr. Fu-Manchu is the second book of the Fu-Manchu thrillers by Sax Rohmer. Originally published in 1916, it is true pulp fiction at its best and the stuff that those old Hammer movies were made of and that I sat through Saturday matinee serials. (Do you remember those?)
Fu-Manchu is a c

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