The Strange Lapses of Larry Loman

The Strange Lapses of Larry Loman

by Edgar Wallace


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The Strange Lapses of Larry Loman (A Novella)
Scotland Yard's Larry Loman is part of the Criminal Investigation Department on special assignment in Asia, He contracts a form of malaria that causes character-changing bouts of amnesia for up to eight hours at a stretch. When Larry is assigned to deal with the Crime Trust, a syndicate which has gathered almost every crook in England into one group, his blackouts cause trouble.

Angel of Esquire (A Novel)
A millionaire leaves his fortune to the person who can discover the combination to unlock his safe. The book was later turned into a 1919 British film.

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ISBN-13: 9781545551370
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/22/2017
Pages: 170
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.36(d)

About the Author

About The Author
British author Richard Horatio Edgar Wallace (1875-1932) was reportedly the second biggest seller after the Bible in his heyday. He was a Reuters correspondent during the Second Boer War and wrote thrillers to earn money. He later moved to Hollywood as a script writer and died while drafting King Kong. His crime novels include:
1. Angel Esquire (1908)
2. The Fourth Plague or Red Hand (1913)
3. Grey Timothy or Pallard the Punter (1913)
4. The Man Who Bought London (1915)
5. The Melody of Death (1915)
6. A Debt Discharged (1916)
7. The Tomb of T'Sin (1916)
8. The Clue of the Twisted Candle (1916)
9. The Secret House (1917)
10. Down under Donovan (1918)
11. The Man Who Knew (1918)
12. The Strange Lapses of Larry Loman (1918)
13. The Green Rust (1919)
14. Kate Plus Ten (1919)
15. The Daffodil Mystery or The Daffodil Murder (1920)
16. Jack O'Judgment (1920)
17. The Angel of Terror or The Destroying Angel (1922)
18. The Crimson Circle (1922)
19. Mr. Justice Maxwell or Take-A-Chance Anderson( 1922)
20. The Valley of Ghosts (1922)

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