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A ROLAND DANIEL DOUBLE
THE SIGNAL and THE RETURN OF WU FANG
American readers have rarely seen these two thrillers from the 30s by Britain's Roland Daniel. Until now.
THE SIGNAL (1933) begins with a rich man receiving in the mail five beans (!) just before he's dispatched by an unknown hand. Sounds like something Harry Stephen Keeler might have opined.
And Fu Manchu has nothing on the inscrutable and titular Wu Fang, whose sordid machinations threaten a young American woman, her Secret Service beau, his Cockney sidekick, and Superintendent Bill Saville of the Yard. The wily celestial, introduced in 1934, has picked up some new tortures by 1937, and can't wait to try them out of the whole crowd.
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