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Yellow Men Sleep

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First published as "The Fragrant Web," in ALL-STORY WEEKLY as a serial that began 3 May 1919; published in book form 1919.

The lost black city in this novel is clearly based on the then recently discovered Tangut city of Khara Khoto:

Yellow Men Sleep centers around the explorations of Con Levington who, following the contours of a
Hardcover, 243 pages
Published 1983 by Donald M. Grant Publishers (first published 1919)
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Mike Mikos
Aug 26, 2011 rated it it was ok
Slow moving lost race novel. Takes half the book just to find lost race in the Gobi Desert. Interesting hook was highly addictive drug which was mined by deformed workers. Drug was distilled from prehistoric plant seeds buried deep in ground.
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