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Out of fog-bound Washington, D.C., much as the dark London streets of Sax Rohmer's Fu Manchu novels, comes a creature of consumate evil — Dr. Yen Sin. This sinister head of an international spy network known as the Invisible Empire is a master of the cunning art of diabolical death. Battling him and his fiendish devices, such as death rays and blow guns, is Michael Traile, who works with the cooperation of the federal government. Only three issues of this magazine were published. A fourth Dr. Yen Sin novel, The Case of the Faceless Man, was announced, but never published.
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Fei Lu Fei Ma — From the Annals of the Chinatown Squad
A Smashing Novel-Length Chinatown Thriller
The Mystery of the Singing Mummies
by Donald E. Keyhoe
To the teeming city of the Golden Gate the sinister Doctor Yen Sin had transferred his base of operations — and there, under cover of the fog-shrouded Frisco night, he set loose the most ghastly weapon in his whole armory of mysterious torture devices — the curse of the Singing Mummies. In ten minutes by the clock, to the accompaniment of that insidious, eerie music, living men and women underwent their ghastly metamorphosis, became fit occupants for the coffin-cases of ancient Egypt. How could the saffron-skinned crime-emperor accomplish the change? How could even Michael Traile, the Man Who Never Slept, hope to cope with the devilish Thing?
The Seventh Sleeping Brother — Thrilling Story of Oriental Menace
The Choking Chalice — Thrilling Story of Oriental Menace
by Alden H. Norton
Weird death from another world had reached out into the darkness which hid that grim conclave of the Seven Sleeping Brothers. And closer than to all the other six, that death struck at Inspector Wade, copper within whose veins ran the blood of Mandarins, and whose only son was chained now in an air-tight frame of saffron murder-guilt.
by Frank Gruber
From the golden tankard of the great Tartar warrior, Genghis Khan, men drank and lived or — more often — drank and died. Jud Stanton did not know the secret of the ancient chalice and its devil's brew but now, as it was being thrust to his lips, he could do nothing but pray — and drink deeply.
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