Dr. Petrie’s expertise is called upon when a deadly plague begins to ravage the French Riveria. Accompanying him on his trip is his friend, the botanist Alan Sterling. As Petrie and Sir Dennis Nayland Smith struggle to contain the horror, Sterling cannot stop thinking of the mysterious Fleurette, unaware that the beautiful girl he chanced upon was raised by the emperor of evil himself, Dr. Fu Manchu.
“The true king of the pulp mystery is Sax Rohmer—and the shining ruby in his crown is [the] Fu-Manchu stories.”—James Rollins, New York Times bestselling author of The Devil Colony
“Sax Rohmer is one of the great thriller writers of all time! Rohmer created in Fu-Manchu the model for the super-villains of James Bond, and his hero Nayland Smith and Dr. Petrie are worthy stand-ins for Holmes and Watson… though Fu-Manchu makes Professor Moriarty seem an under-achiever.”—Max Allan Collins, New York Times bestselling author of The Road to Perdition
“I love Fu-Manchu, the way you can only love the really GREAT villains. Though I read these books years ago he is still with me, living somewhere deep down in my guts, between Professor Moriarty and Dracula, plotting some wonderfully hideous revenge against an unsuspecting mankind.”—Mike Mignola, creator of Hellboy
“Fu-Manchu is one of the great villains in pop culture history, insidious and brilliant. Discover him if you dare!”—Christopher Golden, New York Times bestselling co-author of Baltimore: The Plague Ships