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The Mind of Mr. J. G. Reeder US title: The Murder Book of Mr. J. G. Reeder

At first glance J G Reeder is an ordinary, slightly shabby little man with red hair, weak eyes, whiskers, square-toed boots and a chest protector cravat. However, working for the Public Prosecutor he finds plenty to stretch his extraordinary mind. Here are eight thrilling, highly original tales from...more
Paperback, 100 pages
Published July 31st 2003 by Echo Library (first published 1925)
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Jim
Edgar Wallace is probably best known today for writing the screenplay for the original King Kong just before he died. Apparently, he was a prolific author. On the back cover of my Dover edition was written "[d]uring his two-decade period of popularity, in the 1920s and 1930s, it was estimated that one out of every four books read in England, excepting only Bibles and textbooks, was authored by Wallace."

What was even more incredible to me is that the man is an excellent writer. The Mind Of Mr J.G...more
Alaina
I'm afraid the J.G. Reeder stories suffer from comparison to Sherlock Holmes. Reeder resembles Holmes in a few respects; quirky, with a fantastic memory and a talent for putting together clues. I enjoy Holmes' arrogance and manic qualities. Reeder, on the other hand, is outwardly demure, unimpressive, and except for a seeming inability to do anything but work, is without charming faults to balance his brilliance. Still, I shouldn't be so critical. In fact I enjoyed these little stories, despite...more
David Macpherson
I first discovered these stories when I heard two of the stories in a collection of old mystery pieces on audio book. The collection is good. The character is impossible and fun to read about. The mysteries are preposterous but would you want it any other way? The writing is smart and ornate, nice diversion
Polly
I do enjoy Mr. Reeder. He's such an unlikely hero.
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A series of enthralling mysteries by written by Edgar Wallace.
They feature the enigmatic figure of Mr JG Reeder who works for the Public Prosecutor's office and has the mind of a criminal.

His novel methods bring the criminals of 1920s London to justice.

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Richard Horatio Edgar Wallace (April 1, 1875-February 10, 1932) was a prolific British crime writer, journalist and playwright, who wrote 175 novels, 24 plays, and countless articles in newspapers and journals.

Over 160 films have been made of his novels, more than any other author.

In the 1920s, one of Wallace's publishers claimed that a quarter of all books read in England were written by him.

He i...more
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