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The Island of Fu Manchu

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Product description

A 1956 edition of the classic tale by Sax Rohmer.
The year is 1941, and the world is engulfed in war. Having consolidated his forces, Fu-Manchu seeks to tip the balance of power by launching assaults from a hidden stronghold in the Caribbean. His target: the United States naval forces, just entering the global conflict. To stop the Devil Doctor, Sir Denis Nayland Smith and his ally, Bart Kerrigan, pick up the trail in London during the blackout, following it to New York, then the Panama Canal, and finally the land of voodoo, Haiti. There they face the enemy's deadly combination of advanced technology and deep-rooted mysticism.
This book is in good condition considering its age however its cover is showing wear and is slightly ripped and the pages are tanned. Foxing inside covers.

Item details

Added value:
Collector's item
Author(s):
Rohmer,Sax
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1956
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
282
Publisher:
Cassell & Co Ltd
Title:
The Island of Fu Manchu

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A 1956 edition of the classic tale by Sax Rohmer.
The year is 1941, and the world is engulfed in war. Having consolidated his forces, Fu-Manchu seeks to tip the balance of power by launching assaults from a hidden stronghold in the Caribbean. His target: the United States naval forces, just entering the global conflict. To stop the Devil Doctor, Sir Denis Nayland Smith and his ally, Bart Kerrigan, pick up the trail in London during the blackout, following it to New York, then the Panama Canal, and finally the land of voodoo, Haiti. There they face the enemy's deadly combination of advanced technology and deep-rooted mysticism.
This book is in good condition considering its age however its cover is showing wear and is slightly ripped and the pages are tanned. Foxing inside covers.

Added value:
Collector's item
Author(s):
Rohmer,Sax
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1956
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
282
Publisher:
Cassell & Co Ltd
Title:
The Island of Fu Manchu

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