Sax Rohmer was born in Birmingham to a working-class Irish Catholic family. Rohmer initially pursued a career as a civil servant before concentrating on writing full-time. He tried out as a poet, songwriter, and comedy sketch writer in Music Hall before creating the Sax Rohmer persona and pursuing a career writing weird fiction. He is mainly known today for his literary in invention of Fu Manchu and all manner of stories about him. He also wrote several supernatural books including ‘Brood of the Witch-Queen’ which some have hailed as his masterpiece. Here we bring you a volume from 1921 ‘Fire Tongue’.