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0 out of 50 out of 50 out of 50 out of 50 out of 5 0.00 (0 ratings) (rate this audio book) Author: Sax Rohmer Narrator: A Full Cast Publisher: Dreamscape Format: Audio Theater Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Related: The Fu-Manchu Series Release Date: March 2016 ISBN: 9781520013039
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A dark night, ominous fog, a sense of mounting fear …

Suddenly, a shadow fall across your path, the shadow of Fu-Manchu! Created by writer Sax Rohmer, the sinister criminal mastermind is one of the most memorable villains in literary history, personifying the fascination and fear with which many Westerners viewed the cultures of the Far East at the turn of the twentieth century. After appearing in a popular series of novels and short stories, Fu Manchu came to radio in 1939 in a series which many consider one of the best adventure serials ever produced. Starring Gale Gordon and Hanley Stafford, with Lou Marcelle in the title role, this pulp fiction classic can now be reintroduced to a whole new generation of listeners in forty-five rare suspense filled programs of high adventure.

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About the Author
Author Sax Rohmer

Sax Rohmer (1883–1959) was a prolific English mystery writer who was best known for creating the master criminal Dr. Fu-Manchu. Born Arthur Henry Ward in 1883 in Birmingham, England, to Irish parents, he received no formal schooling until he was about ten years old and worked in odd jobs before starting his writing career at age twenty. From the 1920s through the 1930s, Rohmer was one of the most widely read and highly paid magazine writers in the English language. After World War II, Rohmer moved to the United States and ultimately settled in White Plains, New York.