Moris Klaw, antiques and curios dealer, and part-time detective, sleeps at the scenes of awful crimes so that he might receive a psychic impression of the victim’s (or the perpetrator’s) last thoughts.
The Early Fu-Manchu consists of the first three Fu-Manchu novels by Sax Rohmer: The Insidious Dr. Fu-Manchu (1913), The Return of Dr. Fu-Manchu (1916), and The Hand of Fu-Manchu (1917).
The Hand of Fu-Manchu – The indestructible evil genius has returned to complete his plan for world domination and to become Master of all mankind
Dr. Fu-Manchu, the master of fiendish deaths, and now a member of the Sacred Order of the White Peacock, has returned. Nayland Smith and Dr. Petrie must somehow thwart his evil plans to take over the world.
Dr. Fu-Manchu was an evil genius and a connoisseur of exotic murder. He disdained the use of guns and knives, favoring exotic poisons, insects, fungi and the use of dacoits, thuggees, and other members of secret societies to effect his will.
The Black Ace – that mysterious shadowy figure whose sinister passing left a trail of death, swift and devastating. From a late night raid on a London nightclub, to deception in an opium den, to gang warfare on a deserted London wharf, the hunt for The Black Ace is grim and determined.
The Temple of Terror – From Canada to London, England, beautiful young women have disappeared and a mysterious cult is feared to be responsible. A number of deaths are marked by the evil sign of the upside down unicorn, and because George Lacy rescued a woman from a building on fire, he finds himself in the middle of it all.
Strange was the bondage into which he sold himself, a terror-stricken slave in an abyss of evil. And stranger still was the bargain he made with the Unseen World to escape the shadow of the Thing named . . . Skull-Face.
The Jeweled Ibis by J.C. Kofoed – sailor Dave Hudson gets mixed up in a quest to find the elixir that will bring an ancient Egyptian prophetess back to life. Pursued by the priests of the Theban Zeus, the quest takes him from Alexandria, Egypt to London, back to Alexandria and then out into the desert to a hidden pyramid on the high plateau.