"The Hand of Fu-Manchu" is the third book in the Fu-Manchu series. It follows the mad doctor’s adventures in the wicked underground world of crime. A secret organisation threatens to destroy the foundations of global power by resorting to assassinations and terrorism. Once again, Fu-Manchu faces Nayland Smith in this heart-stopping adventure full exotic settings, opium addicts, and villainous acts of treachery and malice.
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Sax Rohmer (1883-1959), the pseudonym of Arthur Henry Ward, was a British writer of crime and supernatural fiction, famous for the creation of the villain Fu-Manchu. The occult played an important part in his life, and many of his works are directly influenced by it. He wrote many novels, short stories, and non-fiction works, among which were "The Fu-Manchu" series, "Brood of the Witch-Queen", and "The Yellow Claw".