The Treasure of Mr. Reeder ~~ Edgar Wallace




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THE TREASURE OF MR. REEDER
by Edgar Wallace - 1929

The criminal mind may harbor many darkly sinister illusions.
But the astounding Reeder understood it from A to Izzard.

We have often wondered whether it was Edgar Wallace’s youthful training as a Special Constable which gave him such an uncanny insight into crimes of violence which mystery lovers everywhere would almost certainly label: “Special”—or just his superb narrative gifts and his flair for the unexpected. Anyway, here is a Wallace saga of dark, unmitigated skullduggery in the old master’s best vein, enhanced by a lively and very British concern for strict justice.

Orphaned J. G. Reeder short story not found in any collection.

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