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The Return of Dr. Fu-Manchu

The Return of Dr. Fu-Manchu by Sax Rohmer
By: (1883-1959)

Burmese Commisioner Nayland Smith and his faithful friend Dr Petrie continue their fight against the evil genius of Dr Fu-Manchu when they seek to save the good doctor’s lost love and protect the British Empire from disaster when their malignant enemy returns to England.

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By Sax Rohmer


"When did you last hear from Nayland Smith?" asked my visitor.

I paused, my hand on the syphon, reflecting for a moment.

"Two months ago," I said; "he's a poor correspondent and rather soured, I fancy."

"What a woman or something?"

"Some affair of that sort. He's such a reticent beggar, I really know very little about it."

I placed a whisky and soda before the Rev. J. D. Eltham, also sliding the tobacco jar nearer to his hand. The refined and sensitive face of the clergy man offered no indication of the truculent character of the man. His scanty fair hair, already gray over the temples, was silken and soft looking; in appearance he was indeed a typical English churchman; but in China he had been known as "the fighting missionary," and had fully deserved the title. In fact, this peaceful looking gentleman had directly brought about the Boxer Risings!

"You know," he said, in his clerical voice, but meanwhile stuffing tobacco into an old pipe with fierce energy, "I have often wondered, Petrie I have never left off wondering "


"That accursed Chinaman! Since the cellar place beneath the site of the burnt out cottage in Dulwich Village I have wondered more than ever... Continue reading book >>

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Reviews (Rated: 3 Stars - 1 review)

Reviewer: - September 7, 2014
Subject: The Return of Dr Fu-Manchu
A reasonable story and while I found Elaine Tweddle's narration good I found her 'character' voices rather annoying.

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