by Sax Rohmer
Introduction by Gene Christie
- A prominent scientist killed by a gigantic green spider . . .
- The mysterious mummy that looted a London museum . . .
- An “impossible” murder on the English moors . . .
- The modern pirates who plundered the idle rich of Southborne . . .
- A weird malady that tormented denizens of a country estate . . .
- The most fiendish torture ever devised by the devilish Dr. Fu Manchu!
These and more thrilling adventures by the incomparable Sax Rohmer await the reader in The Green Spider and Other Forgotten Tales of Mystery and Suspense—including four stories previously unpublished in the United States!
Included are the rare and elusive works:
- The Green Spider (1904)
- The Death of Cyrus Pettigrew (1909)
- The Mystery of the Marsh Hole (1905)
- The Sedgley Abbey Tragedies (1909)
- The Mysterious Mummy (1903)
- The McVillin (1906)
- Who Was the Rajah? (1905)
- The Secret of Holm Peel (1912)
- The Dyke Grange Mystery (1922)
- The Haunting of Low Fennel (1920)
- The Blue Monkey (1920)
- The Zayat Kiss (1912)
- The Six Gates of Joyful Wisdom (excerpted from The Return of Dr. Fu Manchu, 1916)
Edited and with an introduction by Gene Christie.
Cover art by Tom Roberts.
Praise for The Green Spider—
“Fine, creepy stuff.”—MysteryScene
“Not to be missed.”—Dispatches From the Last Outlaw
|Title:||The Green Spider|
|Price:||$18.95 / Trade paperback / 186 pages|