The Angel of Terror
In the mood for an edge-of-your-seat page-turner from the classic age of crime thrillers? Try The Angel of Terror by Edgar Wallace. Centered on a complex murder case, the story recounts the various theories of what might have actually happened -- and the shocking motivation behind what appears to be a deliberate cover-up.
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