The blue lotus / Hergé ; [translated by Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper and Michael Turner].
Description: 62, 23 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 23 cm.
Publisher: New York : Little, Brown, 
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- Hergé, 1907-1983. Aventures de Tintin.
- ISBN: 9780316358569
- ISBN: 0316133825
- ISBN: 9780316133821
- Edition: 1st ed., U.S. ed.
|General Note:|| Translation of: Le lotus bleu.
Includes The real-life inspiration behind Tintin's adventures (separate pagination -23), written by Stuart Tett.
Comic strip originally published in French in the magazine, Le Petit vingtième, in Brussels in 1934-35.
|Summary:|| A sequel to the Cigars of the Pharoah. Tintin, a master of disguise, has a close shave with a mad master swordsman, has to avoid trouble with the military, and has to find the real mastermind behind the opium shipments.
Hergé. "The blue lotus." New York : Little, Brown, 2011.