Appearing in "Jade Dragon"
- The Shadow's Agents:
- Jonathan Gilmar (an importer of Oriental art; dies)
- Sangu (Gilmar's servant; dies)
- Taka Takara (a hired assassin; dies)
- The "Old One" (an elder who pretends to be Chung Sung)
- Artemus Kremp (a dealer of Chinese antiques; dies)
- Vic Marquette
- Gloria Brent (Jonathan Gilmar's assistant)
- Chung Sung (owns a jade mine in Stockton, CA)
- Police Lieutenant Wade
- Janius Amwent
- Koon Wan (a store owner; dies)
- Coffee Joe's
- Gray Star Shipping Company
- Hangman's Alley
- Hotel Sonora
- The Three Pagodas (a restaurant)
- Stockton hills
- Prince Tsai Hsun's Jade Dragon
Synopsis for "Jade Dragon"
Crime began with the Jade Dragon, which Prince Tsai Hsun brought to America long ago. When an importer's assistant purchased the jewel in San Francisco's Chinatown, death occurred to the shop owner shortly afterward by an assassin's hand. And now the assistant's life was in danger too.
- With this issue, the old Shadow is back. The magazine is no longer digest size and Walter B. Gibson is back as well. Unfortunately, the magazine would fold four issues later.
- Another Shadow story was titled "The Jade Dragon" six years earlier. They do not share the same plot.
- This story was reprinted in the hardbound Jade Dragon & House of Ghosts, published by Doubleday Crime Club.
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