Edgar Wallace Lieutenant Bones & Commissioner Sanders- Clue of the Twisted Candle Angel of Terror Daffodil Mystery Sanders of the River Bones In London Secret House Book of All-Power Man Who Knew Keepers of the King's Peace Green Rust Jack O' Judgment

Edgar Wallace Lieutenant Bones & Commissioner Sanders- Clue of the Twisted Candle Angel of Terror Daffodil Mystery Sanders of the River Bones In London Secret House Book of All-Power Man Who Knew Keepers of the King's Peace Green Rust Jack O' Judgment

by Edgar Wallace

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Overview

Edgar Wallace is a English crime writer, journalist, novelist, screenwriter, and playwright. He wrote 175 novels, 24 plays, and numerous articles. In the 1920s, one of Wallace's publishers claimed that a quarter of all books read in England were written by him.

He was known during his lifetime for the J. G. Reeder detective stories, The Four Just Men, The Ringer, and for creating the Green Archer character. He is most famous today as the co-creator of King Kong.

All books included in this collection feature a hyperlinked table of contents.
Sanders of the River
The Keepers Of The King's Peace
Lieutenant Bones Series
Bones (1915)
Bones In London
The Clue of the Twisted Candle (1918)
The Angel of Terror (1922)
The Daffodil Mystery (1920)
Commissioner Sanders Series
The People of the River (1915)
The Keepers of the King's Peace (1917)
The Secret House (1919)
The Book of All-Power
The Man Who Knew (1918)
The Green Rust (1919)
Jack O' Judgment
Tam o' the Scoots (1919)

The Clue of the Twisted Candle (1918)
An excellent locked-room mystery by the master of British thrillers.

The Angel of Terror (1922)
Angelically beautiful Jean Briggerland is a sociopathic criminal, so lovely that none can see her guilt -- even in connection with the most blatant crimes! Can Jack Glover, best friend and lawyer to Jean's latest victim, bring her to justice before she murders her way to unspeakable wealth and power?

The Daffodil Mystery (1920)
Mr. Thornton Lyne, minor poet and head of Lyne's Stores, was found dead in Hyde Park, murdered undoubtedly! The clues were numerous but contradictory...

Bones (1915)
Occasionally an author will create a character of such vivid personality, such charmingly human attributes, that he ceases to be a "character" and becomes, to the reader, an individual -- a friend. Mr. Wallace has done this with Mr. Augustus Tibbetts, called "Bones."

The Keepers of the King's Peace (1917)
He was Commissioner Sanders -- the man who controlled a continent of untamed jungle.

The Secret House (1919)
Scandalous periodical "The Gossip's Corner" is run by a supposed blackmailer whose identity has baffled the police -- until T.B. Smith, a singlularly acute Assistant Commisioner, gradually tracks the man to the Secret House.

The Man Who Knew (1918)
This story of the amazing adventures which come into the life of a retired diamond merchant, who comes from the mines of South Africa to London, is clever in plot and effective in style. As a writer of detective stories, Mr. Wallace occupies an enviable place. The Man Who Knew shows him at his best.

The Green Rust (1919)
Dr. van Heerden had conceived as his life's ambition the punishment of the Allied Powers for their victory over Germany by destroying simultaneously all their wheat harvest by means of a poison, of which he alone had the secret, called the Green Rust. How this scheme was frustrated just in the nick of time makes as thrilling a story of mystery, intrigue and action as any that Mr. Edgar Wallace has even given us.

Tam o' the Scoots (1919)
The entertaining World War I exploits of a cockney aviator -- supposedly Charles Lindbergh's childhood inspiration to fly.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151302890
Publisher: ANEBook Publishing
Publication date: 05/27/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 3 MB

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