Tales of secret egypt. Mckinlay, stone & mackenzie new york. I. lord of the jackals 169 II. Lure of souls 194 III. The secret of ismail 216 IV.
Tales of secret egypt. Printed in the United States of America. Second Printing November, 1920. Published February, 1919. Harun pasha 239 V. in the valley of the sorceress 267 VI. Pomegranate flower 290. Tales of secret egypt. Part I. Tales of abu tabah.
Since this mysterious man, variously known as "the imam " and "theMagician," but whom I knew to be some kind of secret agent of theEgyptian Government, had recently saved me from assassination, todecline to aid him was out of the question
Since this mysterious man, variously known as "the imam " and "theMagician," but whom I knew to be some kind of secret agent of theEgyptian Government, had recently saved me from assassination, todecline to aid him was out of the question. We seated ourselves in thearbor. I should welcome an opportunity of serving you, my friend," I assuredhim, "since your services to me can never be repaid.
Home Sax Rohmer Tales of Secret Egypt. The Turk has signally failed to rule Egypt; but there are certainOttoman institutions which are not without claims, as I realized atthat moment in regard to Joseph Malaglou: I was thinking,particularly, of the bow-string. Tales of secret egypt, . Already," said Abu Tabah, with his sweet but melancholy smile, "theheart of the Sheikh Ismail inclined toward the damsel, for whom hissoul yearned; and has not it been written that he who heals the breachbetwixt man and wife shall himself be blessed?
Sax Rohmer (pseudonym of Arthur Henry "Sarsfield" Ward; 1883–1959) was a British writer of songs sketches, plays and stories. Methuen Publishing, London.
Sax Rohmer (pseudonym of Arthur Henry "Sarsfield" Ward; 1883–1959) was a British writer of songs sketches, plays and stories. Born in Birmingham to Irish immigrant parents, the family moved to London in about 1886, where Rohmer was schooled. His formal education finished in 1901, following the death of his alcoholic mother. After attempting careers in the civil service, as well as the banking, journalism and gas industries, Rohmer began writing comic songs, monologues and sketches for music hall performers, including Little Tich and George Robey .
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Купить эл. книгу: 544,55 ₽. A mendicant of unwholesome aspect crouched in the shadow of the narrow gateway at the entrance to the Sûk es-Saîgh, or gold and silver bazaar, having his one serviceable eye fixed in a malevolent stare upon something or someone immediately behind me. It is part and parcel of my difficult profession to subdue all impulses and to think before acting.
Rohmer (Arthur Henry Sarsfield Ward) was a prolific English mystery writer, best known for the master criminal . Other Tales: Lord of the Jackals; Lure of the Souls; The Secret of Ismail; Harun Pasha; In the Valley of the Sorceress; and Pomegranate Flower.
Rohmer (Arthur Henry Sarsfield Ward) was a prolific English mystery writer, best known for the master criminal Dr. Fu Manchu and his opponents DenisNayland Smith, Dr. Petrie, named after the Egyptologist Flinders Petrie, and the beautiful Karamaneh, the source of Petrie's daydreams. He also wrote under the name Michael Furey. Книга представляет собой репринтное издание 1920 года (издательство "New York, McKinlay, Stone&Mackenzie" ).
Tales of Secret Egypt book. The scenes of this story are laid in Egypt - Abu-Tabah, the. Elizabeth Sax Rohmer and Cay Van Ash, her husband's former assistant, wrote a biography of the author, Master of Villainy, published in 1972.