The Early Fu-Manchu by Sax Rohmer

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).

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At Captain Michel’s Table by Gaston Leroux

Every evening, five old skippers smelling of the sea would gather At Captain Michel’s Table at the old Ship-and-Anchor Cafe in Toulon to enjoy their aperative and to tell each other macabre stories of blood and horror.

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The Insidious Dr. Fu-Manchu by Sax Rohmer

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.

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Murder Madness by Murray Leinster

Murder Madness! Seven Secret Service men had completely disappeared. Another had been found a screaming, homicidal maniac, whose fingers writhed like snakes. So Bell, of the secret “Trade,” plunges into South America after The Master—the mighty, unknown octopus of power whose diabolical poison threatens a continent!

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Clues In The Dark and Other Stories by Norman A. Daniels

Clues in the Dark and Other Stories – five stories of murder committed by mobsters, dirty cops, and bank robbers.

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The Monsters of VooDoo Isle by John Peter Drummond

The Monsters of VooDoo Isle – The deaths of Ki-gor’s wife Helene, and his friend, Masai chieftain Tembu George, send him into despair in this full length novel from 1946.

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Date With Murder and Other Stories by Harold Q. Masur

Date With Murder and Other Stories by Harold Q. Masur
Date With Murder – three stories of crime and death by Harold Q. Masur (1909-2005).

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