EDGAR WALLACE MYSTERIES - Volume 7

EDGAR WALLACE MYSTERIES -  Volume 7

 

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 #7

WHO WAS MADDOX In this crime drama, a rivalry within a publishing house turns deadly when theft and blackmail get involved.

SOLO FOR SPARROW In this British crime drama a small-town detective gets tired of Scotland Yard's constant meddling and takes a leave-of-absence from his regular duties to start his own detective agency. It is there that he solves the puzzling jewelry store heist that caused the death of the owner's wife who worked there.

FACE OF A STRANGER When Vince Howard is released from prison, he impersonates his cellmate (still in prison) and goes to live with his cellmate's wife, who is blind, in the hopes of learning where money from a robbery has been hidden.

EDGAR WALLACE MYSTERIES - Volume 7
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