Protecting project Pulp 53: Sax Rohmer

Main Fiction: “The Hand of the Mandarin Quong” by Sax Rohmer, first published in Tales of Chinatown.

Narrator: Doc Coleman.

Rebellion leapt again to the wonderful eyes, and she started back with a perfectly splendid gesture of defiance. At that my brutal and drunken host leapt in her direction. I was on my feet now, but before I could act the girl said a thing which checked him, sobered him, which pulled him up short, as though he had encountered a stone wall.

“Ah, God!” she said. “His hand! His hand! Look! His hand!”

This “Yellow Peril” story includes the use of a racial term that may offend some listeners.

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