Mysterious Wu Fang

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    The Case of the Scarlet Feather by Robert J. Hogan

"When I know the secret of the five casks, I will be all powerful. Find the one who can tell me the secret. I will wait -- but not for long." This was the command Wu Fang gave to his agents deep in New York's Chinatown.

Year: 1935
Genre: Weird Menace

    The Case of the Six Coffins by Robert J. Hogan

From the September, 1935 issue of The Mysterious Wu Fang. There is one Val Kildare. It is my wish that he die the most painful death in our power to inflict." From an underground room in Limehouse this order was given. And now, across the Atlantic, sped a murder cargo to wipe out the only man who stood between Wu Fang, Emperor of Crime, and his conquest of the world.

Year: 1935
Genre: Weird Menace

    The Case of the Yellow Mask by Robert J. Hogan

A thousand years ago the man with the golden mask had ruled a continent; today, men scoffed at the legend. A golden face with hypnotic powers? Impossible! ... But Wu Fang, dragon lord of crime,smiled wisely; he wanted that mask -- wanted enough to blaze a murder trail across half the globe.

Year: 1935
Genre: Weird Menace

    The Case of the Black Lotus by Robert J. Hogan

Murder, swift and unseen -- taking as its toll the most prominent citizens of New York, and marking them with blood and horror, the trail of the mysterious Black Lotus. What was the purpose of this silent scourge, that stilled the innocent in sudden death? Val Kildare knew this much at least; that the fiend behind the slaughter killed not for vengeance but for pleasure!

Year: 1936
Genre: Weird Menace


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YearTitle

1935The Case of the Scarlet Feather by Robert J. Hogan
1935The Case of the Six Coffins by Robert J. Hogan
1935The Case of the Suicide Tomb by Robert J. Hogan
1935The Case of the Yellow Mask by Robert J. Hogan
1936The Case of the Black Lotus by Robert J. Hogan
1936The Case of the Green Death by Robert J. Hogan
1936The Case of the Hidden Scourge by Robert J. Hogan