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The Hand of Fu-Manchu

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(4,371 Sterne; 93 Bewertungen)

Further adventures of Nayland Smith and Doctor Petrie as they continue their battles against the evil genius, Dr Fu-Manchu. (summary by Elaine Twiddle) (6 hr 32 min)

Chapters

01 - The Traveler from Tibet

8:41

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02 - The Man With the Limp

6:05

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03 - Sakya Muni

15:56

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04- The Flower of Silence

14:18

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05 - John Ki's

6:41

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06 - The Si-Fan Move

5:31

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07 - Chinatown

12:46

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08- Zarmi of the Joy-Shop

14:59

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09- Fu-Manchu

4:45

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10- The Tulun-Nur Chest

7:28

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11- In the Fog

7:14

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12- The Visitant

9:13

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13- The Room Below

8:03

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14 - The Golden Pomegranates

5:10

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15 - Zarmi Reappears

13:44

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16 - I Track Zarmi

6:56

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17 - I Meet Dr Fu-Manchu

9:22

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18 - Queen of Hearts

10:23

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19 - Zagazig

8:16

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20 - The Note on the Door

11:04

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21 - The Second Message

7:52

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22 - The Secret of the Wharf

10:55

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23 - Arrest of Samarkan

10:14

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24 - Cafe de l'Egypte

8:35

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25 - The House of Hashish

4:41

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26 - The Demon's Self

12:34

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27 - Room with the Golden Door

13:43

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28 - The Mandarin Ki-Ming

9:43

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29 - Lama Sorcery

12:13

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30 - Medusa

9:15

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31 - The Marmoset

10:14

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32 - Shrine of the Seven Lamps

11:47

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33 - The Anti-Climax

6:41

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34 - Graywater Park

11:20

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35 - The East Tower

11:28

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36 - The Dungeon

16:16

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37 - Three Nights Later

9:51

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38 - The Monk's Plan

7:30

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39 - The Shadow Army

12:40

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40 - The Black Chapel

8:07

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Bewertungen

amazing!

(5 Sterne)

well read and kept me on the edge of my seat!!!

END OF THE YELLOW PERIL?

(5 Sterne)

Perhaps the best of the three Fu Manchu books. The style of all of the books is strange, short bursts of activity generously littered with doleful thoughts. But, it works for Rohmer. I immensely enjoyed all three.

Great Stories

(5 Sterne)

I am becoming a fan of Elaine Tweddle The way she reads these stories is great. I like the accent she gives Fu Manchu. The new story "The Quest of the Sacred Slipper" is well worth listening to also. Roland

A little tiring but a good story

(3 Sterne)

I hope the good doctor and Smith have finally learned how to protect Caramea, please excuse spelling, and stay together at least she and the doctor.

this is NOT short story collection

(5 Sterne)

no idea y 1st review says that.

Three is enough.

(5 Sterne)

I have enjoyed listening to the first three books in the series now, and I am really grateful to the narrators for their amazing efforts in bringing them to us. The stories are riveting, and I’ll never regret having listened, but they do start to get the feeling of being serialized for a periodical, and follow a repetitive pattern of occurrences after a while. Definitely worth a listen though!

More spectacular andventures and another fine recording

(5 Sterne)

Third book in the Fu-Manchu series: a collection of short stories about the adventures of Commissioner Sir Denis Nayland Smith and Dr. Petrie in stopping Dr. Fu-Manchu from becoming the ruler of the civilized world... Dr. Fu-Manchu at the height of his powers – more terrifying than ever! Many thanks to laineyben for her delightful reading: well worth listening to!

Great story, but . . .

(4 Sterne)

Typical spellbinding Sax Rohmer story, but spoiled by the attempt at cliche Oriental accent. I like her reading, but as soon as she goes into her accents, it spoils it all for me and I find it racist (which should not be happening in this age). Stick to different voices, but skip the demeaning accents.