EDGAR WALLACE MYSTERIES - Volume 6

EDGAR WALLACE MYSTERIES  -  Volume 6

Edgar Wallace was a British novelist, playwright, and journalist who produced popular detective and suspense stories and was in his time "the king" of the modern thriller. He is the author who created one of the screen's greatest monsters - KING KONG. Wallace's literary output - 175 books, 24 plays, and countless articles and review sketches have undermined his reputation as a fresh and original writer. In England in the 1920s Wallace was said to be the second biggest seller after the Bible.

SET #6

TIME TO REMEMBER In this mystery, a real estate agent begins looking for a jewel thief's stashed loot. He must find it before the robber's widow and other criminals find it first.

THE SINISTER MAN In this mystery, an Oxford archaeologist is murdered while investigating the Kytang Wafers, a valuable find. Not only is he killed, the wafers are also stolen. Now his former peers from the Oriental Research Institute must launch an investigation of their own. Meanwhile, Scotland Yard also begins its own investigation. The Yard detective learns from another that the perpetrator is a Korean-war vet who is working with a Kytang diplomat. The diplomat is preparing to kill the vet when the inspector appears and takes them both to jail.

TO HAVE AND TO HOLD A police detective succumbs to a seductive beauty who convinces him to help murder her husband so she can collect on his insurance policy.

EDGAR WALLACE MYSTERIES - Volume 6
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