The Angel of Terror: A Classic Pulp Novel

The Angel of Terror: A Classic Pulp Novel

by Edgar Wallace

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The Angel of Terror: A Classic Pulp Novel by Edgar Wallace

The Angel of Terror by Edgar Wallace.

A Classic Pulp Novel.

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Pretty Jean Briggerland is the epitome of evil in this super Pulp Thriller. Her life revolves around numerous plots to steal her new victim's riches including stooping to lies and even murder. Only Jack Glover the lawyer of Jean's most recent victim is aware of what is going on.

'The hush of the court, which had been broken when the foreman of the jury returned their verdict, was intensified as the Judge, with a quick glance over his pince-nez at the tall prisoner, marshalled his papers with the precision and method which old men display in tense moments such as these. He gathered them together, white paper and blue and buff and stacked them in a neat heap on a tiny ledge to the left of his desk. Then he took his pen and wrote a few words on a printed paper before him.

Another breathless pause and he groped beneath the desk and brought out a small square of black silk and carefully laid it over his white wig. Then he spoke:

"James Meredith, you have been convicted after a long and patient trial of the awful crime of wilful murder. With the verdict of the jury I am in complete agreement. There is little doubt, after hearing the evidence of the unfortunate lady to whom you were engaged, and whose evidence you attempted in the most brutal manner to refute, that, instigated by your jealousy, you shot Ferdinand Bulford. The evidence of Miss Briggerland that you had threatened this poor young man, and that you left her presence in a temper, is unshaken. By a terrible coincidence, Mr. Bulford was in the street outside your fiancee's door when you left, and maddened by your insane jealousy, you shot him dead.'

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781500136765
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/10/2014
Pages: 214
Product dimensions: 7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.45(d)

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