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London: Robert Hale Limited, . Octavo, pp. [1-4] 5-222 [223-224: blank] [note: last leaf is a blank], original red cloth, spine panel stamped in gold. First edition. Collection of short stories (here presented in the form of a novel) featuring Major Baruk, an Anglo-Arab soldier detective, most with Middle East settings. Published later in the U.S. as BIMBASHI BARUK OF EGYPT (1944). Day, p. 8.
Garden City: Published for The Crime Club by Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1929. Octavo, pp. [i-v] vi [vii-viii] 1-310 [311: ad] [312: blank], original black cloth, front and spine panels stamped in red. First edition. Novel of intrigue, fantasy and yellow peril thrills. Bleiler (1978), p. 169. Reginald 12375. Day, p. 8.
Garden City: Published for The Crime Club, Inc. [by] Doubleday, Doran and Company, Inc., 1932. Octavo, pp. [1-4] [i-iv] v-vii [viii-x]  2-330, illustrations, original decorated yellow cloth, front and spine panels stamped in black, pictorial endpapers, top edge stained black. First edition. The sixth Fu Manchu book. Triumphant in his search for drugs which would arrest the ravages of age, Dr. Fu Manchu has returned to his ambition to raise the society of the Si-Fan to world domination. Bleiler (1978), p. 169. Reginald 12384. Day, p. 12.
New York: Bookfinger, 1969. Octavo, cloth. First edition. Text offset from that of the 1918 Methuen edition.
Garden City: Published for The Crime Club by Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1933. Octavo, original pictorial black cloth, front and spine panel stamped in yellow, top edge stained yellow. First U.S. edition. Collects thirteen stories, mostly supernatural; one, "Light of Atlantis," is SF. Contents differ from the U.K. edition published in 1932. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1413. Bleiler, Science-Fiction: The Early Years 1911. Bleiler (1978), p. 170. Reginald 12400. Day, p. 17.
New York: McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, . Octavo, original blue cloth, stamped in blind to front cover, spine stamped in gold. Later edition. From the Masterpieces of Oriental Fiction series. Story collection. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction, #1405.
New York: Robert M. McBride & Company, 1919. Octavo, pp. [i-iv] v [vi] 1-313 [314: blank], original green cloth, front and spine panels stamped in dark blue. First U.S. edition. A collection of twelve short stories, six of which feature Abu-Tabah, a Egyptian investigator. "The Valley of the Sorceress" is a supernatural story. Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction 1405.
[London]: Tom Stacey, . Octavo, boards. First edition. Posthumous collection of twelve stories (including four Fu Manchu tales), several published here for the first time, all appearing here for the first time in a book. Introduction by Robert E. Briney. Reginald 12404.
New York: Robert M. McBride & Co., 1919. Octavo, original green cloth, front edges stamped in blind, lettering stamped in gold, spine stamped in gold. Second printing. Published the same month as the first printing. Mystery involving opium, murder and London society.
Garden City: Doubleday, Doran and Co, 1925. Octavo, Hardcover. First U.S. edition. A Queens Quorum title. This editions includes one story not in the U.K. edition. Story collection featuring the occult detective Moris Klaw.
New York: A.L. Burt Company, Publishers, n.d. Octavo, cloth. Reprint edition. Mystery with some supernatural elements.
Greenwich, CT: Fawcett/Gold Medal, 1964. Small octavo, pictorial wrappers. Later printing. Gold Medal #k1458.
New York: DAW Books, 1976. Small octavo, pictorial wrappers. First U.S. edition. DAW #186. Paperback. Story collection.
London: [Cassell & Company Limited, 1920]. Octavo, single issue, pictorial wrappers. Magazine. Includes the Sax Rohmer story "The Hand of the White Sheikh," which was later re-written by Rohmer a given a Chinatown setting and re-titled "The Hand of the Mandarin Quong." A macabre story "...the brutal Adderly, abductor of a sheik's favourite wife, is pursued by the sheik's vengeful hand, severed at the wrist..." - Pringle (ed), St. James Guide to Horror, Ghost & Gothic Writers, pp. 482-484.
London: [Cassell & Company, Limited], 1918. Octavo, single issue, printed wrappers. Includes the story "The Master of Hollow Grange" by Sax Rohmer. "...a crazed scientist is determined to extract, in the most ghoulish manner possible, the vital glands from a young girl to prolong his own life (this, of course, is Rohmer's version of M.R. James's "Lost Hearts")..." - Pringle (ed), St. James Guide to Horror, Ghost & Gothic Writers, pp. 482-484.