BIM-BASHI BARUK is a collection of ten interrelated short stories by Sax Rohmer with an Egyptian theme. These pulp classics will thrill and delight.
Includes an active table of contents for easy navigation.
• Mystery Strikes at Ragstaff Hill
• The Bimbashi Meets Up with A 14
• Murder Strikes at Lychgate
• The Laughing Buddha Finds a Purchaser
• Warning from Rose of the Desert
• Lotus Yuan Lases Her Vanity Case
• The Scarab of Lapis Lazuli
• Vengeance at the Lily Pool
• Adventure in the Libyan Desert
• Pool-o’-the-Moon Sees Bimbashi Baruk
Arthur Henry Sarsfield Ward (1883-1959), better known as Sax Rohmer, was a prolific English weird fiction and occult writer. After working as a poet, songwriter, and comedy sketch writer in Music Hall, Ward turned to weird fiction, writing under the pseudonym Sax Rohmer. His best known work included his archetypal Chinese supervillain and criminal genius Dr. Fu Manchu, which first appeared in print in 1910. Dr. Fu Manchu proved to be an enduring part of Rohmer's work and made him one of the most successful and well-paid writers of the 1920s and 1930s.