Order of Sax Rohmer Books
Sax Rohmer was the pen name of English author Arthur Henry Sarsfield Ward (1883-1959), who was best known for his Fu Manchu series. Rohmer had a working class background, growing up in Birmingham, England. He worked as a poet, songwriter and comedy sketch writer for music hall performers prior to becoming a novelist.
Sax Rohmer made his debut as a published author in 1910, with an anonymously published book entitled Pause! (long since out of print). His debut as Sax Rohmer came in 1913 with the novel The Mystery of Dr. Fu-Manchu. Below is a list of Sax Rohmer’s book in order of when they were originally released:
Publication Order of Fu Manchu Books
Publication Order of Gaston Max Books
Publication Order of Red Kerry Books
Publication Order of Paul Harley Books
Publication Order of Sumuru Books
|Nude in Mink||(1950)|
|Virgin in Flames||(1952)|
|Return of Sumura||(1954)|
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
|The Sins of Severac Bablon||(1914)|
|Tales of Secret Egypt||(1918)|
|The Dream Detective||(1920)|
|The Haunting of Low Fennel||(1920)|
|Tales of Chinatown||(1922)|
|Tales of East and West||(1932)|
|Salute to Bazarada||(1939)|
|The Secret of Holm Peel||(1970)|
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
Publication Order of Omnibus Books
Notes: The Mystery of Dr. Fu-Manchu was also published as The Insidious Dr. Fu-Manchu. The Devil Doctor is also known as The Return of Dr. Fu-Manchu. The Si-Fan Mysteries is also titled The Hand of Fu-Manchu. Fu Manchu’s Bride was also published under the title The Bride of Fu Manchu. Re-Enter Fu Manchu is also known as Re-Enter Dr. Fu Manchu.
Nude in Mink was also published as Sins of Sumuru. Sumuru is also known as Slaves of Sumuru. Virgin in Flames is also known as The Fire Goddess. Return of Sumura was also published as Sand and Satin. Egyptian Nights is also known as Bimbashi Baruk of Egypt. Wulfheim was written as Michael Furey. Little Tich was ghostwritten as Little Tich.
If You Like Sax Rohmer Books, You’ll Love…
Sax Rohmer Synopsis: In Brood of the Witch Queen by Sax Rohmer, Robert Cairn is suspicious of the son of his father’s friend. The son’s name is Anthony Ferrara and he is murdered at the beginning of the book. The horrifying events start from there and most of them take place in an inner secret chamber inside a pyramid in Egypt. Summoned elements, burned corpses, women forced to prey upon their own husbands… Brood of the Witch Queen is one of the scariest novels ever written!