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This is a pastiche of a typical story from a 1930s pulp magazine. Music and effects were written and performed by Arthur Pryor and Bob Schaller.

Some content may not be appropriate for children. Must be 18 or older to purchase.

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©2007 F. Paul Wilson (P)2007 Borderland Press

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If you don't know Doc Wilson, you don't know books

F. Paul Wilson is incredible. I'm a huge fan for many years (and the creator of a fan club on Facebook) and I loved this. The fact that he read it was a definite plus. It's a bit over the top (especially the title), but that's the way he planned it, based on what I've read in his own comments. He's a really nice guy, too, so that always helps. It's a short listen and worth it.

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  • Arin
  • DOWNERS GROVE, IL, United States
  • 05-01-17

Yellow peril!

Not PC by any means, but F. Paul Wilson's rendition of his not!Fu Manchu story is well done and harkens back to the original.

Enjoyable afternoon listening.

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Waste Of Time

Provocative title but that's about it. What it lacks in credible action or adventure it makes up for in good ol' fashioned off-handed racism.

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