ROHMER, Sax (author). Slaves of Sumuru. London: Herbert Jenkins. 1952.
8vo.; publisher's red linson boards lettered in black to spine, in pictorial dustwrapper; pp. [vi], 7-189 + [i] + ; a very good clean copy, without inscription, in an equally attractive, price-clipped dustwrapper with light dusting and rubbing, very slight fading to spine, a couple of very short closed edge tears (longest 9mm) and old tab repairs to the reverse at spine ends and forecorners.
First edition. Sax Rohmer's celebrated character Dr. Fu Manchu gives way to the feminine epitome of wickedness Sumuru. A story of mystery and imagination, murder and violence featuring the enigmatic woman "whom all men feared and few men knew".