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The Man Who Was Nobody - ebook/epub

The Man Who Was Nobody - ebook/epub
The Man Who Was Nobody - ebook/epub
Edgar Wallace-20%
Ventigo Media
A slick young man buys a jewel with a cheque that bounces. Then two men are searching for James Tynewood, a young tearaway: one is a police inspector, while the other is his solicitor. But Tynewood has mysteriously disappeared... The Man Who Was Nobody is an enjoyable lightweight murder mystery thriller that manages to preserve at least some of the characteristic Edgar Wallace atmosphere. During the 1920s and 30s, it was said that one of every four books read in England was written by Wallace, who ultimately produced 173 books and 17 plays. Highly recommended for people who like to treat a mystery story as a solvable riddle!
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