October 23rd, 2014 Diwali/Deepavali October 24th, 2014 World Development Information Day October 24th, 2014 United Nations Day October 25th, 2014 Muharram/Islamic New Year October 27th, 2014 World Day for Audiovisual Heritage October 29th, 2014 World Stroke Day October 31st, 2014 Nevada Day October 31st, 2014 Halloween November 1st, 2014 All Saints November 1st, 2014 All Saints' Day November 2nd, 2014 Daylight Saving Time ends November 2nd, 2014 All Souls' Day November 4th, 2014 Election Day November 6th, 2014 Return Day Delaware November 6th, 2014 World Day to Protect the Environment in War November 10th, 2014 World Science Day November 11th, 2014 Veterans Day November 14th, 2014 World Diabetes Day November 16th, 2014 International Day for Tolerance November 16th, 2014 World Day for Road Traffic Victims November 19th, 2014 International Men's Day November 20th, 2014 Africa Industrialization Day November 20th, 2014 World Philosophy Day November 20th, 2014 Universal Children's Day November 21st, 2014 World Television Day
Beautiful copy of an extremely scarce book. Eugene Thomas wrote four of the bet "yellow peril" novels of all-time. Sadly, his pulisher (Sears) was a lot better at sending out catalogs to rural customers than they were at selling books. An ecletic mix of titles ranging from mysteries to romance, most Sears titles from this period are extremely difficult to come by. Thomas' novels are exceptionally difficult to find, particularly in jacket. This is a superb copy with minor chipping to the dustjacket, realy a showpiece item. As to the story itself, the fiendish "Tongueless One" Chu-Seng is back and up to his usual mischief. It is a testimony to Thomas' skill as a writer that he is able to create such a memorable character without him having a single word of dialogue. Chu-Seng rightfully belongs aside Fu Manchu, Mr. Chang, Dr. Yen-sin and Wu Fang as one of the great Asian villains.A cornerstone voume for any collection of 1930s thrillers!