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The Mystery of Dr Fu Manchu

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The Mystery of Dr Fu Manchu

Written by Sax Rohmer

Read by Phil Reynolds

In which we meet narrator Dr Petrie and his old friend Nayland Smith, formerly of Scotland Yard. Teaming up to investigate a series of assassinations, they pursue the evil Doctor Fu Manchu from the opium dens of East London to the stately homes of England.

Dur: 8hrs 18mins MONO

Available in 3 ‘flavours’ offering differing quality vs file size (all the same price!):

  • 1.11GB – 320Kbps (highest quality)
  • 914MB – 256Kbps (great quality) 
  • 686MB – 192Kbps (still better than CD-quality!)

 

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Product Description

 

A century ago, Sax Rohmer introduced the world to a malevolent genius destined to become one of the most iconic fictional villains ever created: the fiendish Doctor Fu Manchu, “the Yellow Peril incarnate”.

In this first volume, we meet narrator Dr Petrie and his old friend Nayland Smith, formerly of Scotland Yard. Teaming up to investigate a series of assassinations, they pursue the evil Doctor from the opium dens of East London to the stately homes of England. But what is his ultimate plan? And can they trust the word of the Doctor’s mysterious slave – the “seductively lovely” Kâramanèh?

While Rohmer’s characters are a product of their time, the fun and excitement of his plots cannot be denied. The grudging mutual respect between Smith and Fu Manchu echoes that of Holmes and Moriarty, but the pace and thrills of these action-led stories set the style for later heroes from Bulldog Drummond to James Bond.

 


 

About The Book

You can purchase an Audio CD edition of the audiobook directly from Fantom Films by CLICKING HERE.

Additional Information

Narrator

Phil Reynolds

Producer/Director

Dexter O’Neill

Music
Copyright

Fantom Films/Spokenworld Audio/Ladbroke Audio Ltd

Released

2017

File Size/Quality

, 192kbps (better than CD), 256kbps (superb quality), 320kbps (highest quality)

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