Edgar Wallace

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Noun1.Edgar Wallace - English writer noted for his crime novels (1875-1932)
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029 2037 3022 THEATRE The Case of the Frightened Lady Building on the phenomenal decade long success of The Agatha Christie Company, which sold over two million tickets around the UK, comes a new thrilling chapter from "the king of the detective thriller" Edgar Wallace.
Edgar Wallace, master of the thriller in his heyday, couldn't himself have presided over a more thrilling outcome with his fictional Four Just Men than the one that was achieved through their press conference of January 12 by the real-life four just men - Justices Chelameswar, Gogoi, Lokur and Kurian Joseph.
The REVIEW Four Just Men by Edgar Wallace tells the tale of four vigilantes who punish wrongdoers who are beyond the reach of the law.
Wodehouse was long one of the most popular authors in India--more so than Harold Robbins--and the English country manor, oh so civilized behavior, and the dynamic of upstairs/downstairs made it almost inevitable that Indians interested in the genre would seek inspiration from Arthur Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie, and Edgar Wallace.
Although the two men came from very different backgrounds, James had much in common with another very popular writer of the period, the solidly working-class Edgar Wallace.
1875: Edgar Wallace (above), thriller writer and journalist, was born in London.
1875: Edgar Wallace, thriller writer and journalist, was born in London.
A native of Glasgow, Gordon also directed episodes of various British TV series, including The Younger Generation, The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre, The Saint, The Avengers, The Baron, Crown Court, ITV Playhouse, Target, Screenplay, Take My Wife, Cribb, The Brack Report, One Summer, Wish Me Luck, The Bill, Sk
Among the topics are the lonely demise of Benedict Arnold, the Hollywood tale of Edgar Wallace, the old lady and her buttons, the lady thief of Portman Square, the eccentric genius of Charles Babbage, the horse banquet at the Langham Hotel, the mystery of the Fitzpatrick Mausoleum, and the Marylebone street fight.
But the story of author - and former Birmingham Post writer - Edgar Wallace has been lost to history with most of his novels now out of print.
This new machine gives us nearly three times the capacity we had previously," commented Edgar Wallace, Managing Director of Preston Plastics.
Earlier Dutch research on the rise in literary class by Edgar Wallace, as a result of his being translated into Dutch, was referenced as one of the first explorations of Anglophone middlebrow in a language other than English.