This was Fu Manchu's formal introduction to the world.
The first Fu Manchu stories were called simply "Fu-Manchu" in The Story-Teller.
Title as published
|Date||Later included in the book|
|Fu-Manchu||The Zayat Kiss||Oct 1912 (n° 67)||The Mystery of Dr. Fu-Manchu|
|Fu-Manchu||The Clue of the Pigtail||Nov 1912 (n° 68)||The Mystery of Dr. Fu-Manchu|
|Fu-Manchu||Redmoat||Dec 1912 (n° 69)||The Mystery of Dr. Fu-Manchu|
|Fu-Manchu||The Green Mist||Jan 1913 (n° 70)||The Mystery of Dr. Fu-Manchu|
|Fu-Manchu||The Call of Siva||Feb 1913 (n° 71)||The Mystery of Dr. Fu-Manchu|
|Fu-Manchu||Karamaneh||Mar 1913 (n° 72)||The Mystery of Dr. Fu-Manchu|
|Fu-Manchu||Andaman---Second!||Apr 1913 (n° 73)||The Mystery of Dr. Fu-Manchu|
|Fu-Manchu||The Golden Flask||May 1913 (n° 74)||The Mystery of Dr. Fu-Manchu|
|Fu-Manchu||The Spores of Death||June 1913 (n° 75)||The Mystery of Dr. Fu-Manchu|
|Fu-Manchu||The Knocking on the Door||July 1913 (n° 76)||The Mystery of Dr. Fu-Manchu|
|The Crouching Man||Nov 1914||Also published as
"The Ten-Thirty Folkestone Express"
No known book publication but reported as
Lloyds Home Novels. No. 41, undated
|The Haunting of Low Fennel||Nov 1915||The Haunting of Low Fennel
Tales of East and West
|The Red Eye of Vishnu||Jan 1916||as "The Key of the Temple of
Tales of Chinatown
|The Cardinal’s Stair||July 1916||Tales of East and West|
|The Si-Fan Mysteries||The Flower of Silence||Sep 1916||The Si-Fan Mysteries|
|The Si-Fan Mysteries||Zarmi of the Joy-Shop||Oct 1916||The Si-Fan Mysteries|
|The Si-Fan Mysteries||Golden Pomegranates||Nov 1916||The Si-Fan Mysteries|
|The Si-Fan Mysteries||Queen of Hearts||Dec 1916||The Si-Fan Mysteries|
|The Si-Fan Mysteries||The Zagazig Cryptogram*||Feb 1917||The Si-Fan Mysteries|
|The Si-Fan Mysteries||The House of Hashish||Mar 1917||The Si-Fan Mysteries|
|The Si-Fan Mysteries||Ki-Ming||May 1917||The Si-Fan Mysteries|
|The Si-Fan Mysteries||Shrine of the Seven Lamps||Nov 1917||The Si-Fan Mysteries|
|The Si-Fan Mysteries||The Black Chapel||Dec 1917||The Si-Fan Mysteries|
|The White Hat||June 1920||Tales of Chinatown|
The Dyke Grange Mystery
|Kerry's Kid||Apr 1922||Tales of Chinatown|
|Red Mist||Oct 1924||The Story Teller. London: Cassell, 1924.
Tales of Unknown Horror. Peter Haining, ed. 1978.
* "The Zagazig Cryptogram" was the subject of "ZAGAZIG,"an article by Jeffrey N. Weiss, in The Rohmer Review n° 4. His analysis sparked two responses that appeared in The Rohmer Review n° 5: "The Zagazig Code" by Evelyn Herzog and "Zagazig Revisited" by Julian L. Biggers.