The Yellow Claw

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For the fictional supervillain of the same name, see Yellow Claw.

The Yellow Claw is a 1915 crime novel by Arthur Henry Sarsfield Ward, known better under his pseudonym, Sax Rohmer.

The story features Gaston Max, a Parisian criminal investigator and mastery of disguise, and his battle with Mr. King, a master criminal similar to Rohmer's earlier Fu Manchu character.

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The novel was the basis for the 1921 British silent film The Yellow Claw.

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