The Green Rust

eBook: The Green Rust

Sprache - Englisch

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In Edgar Wallace's 'The Green Rust', readers are taken on a thrilling journey through the world of espionage, science, and mystery. Set in a post-World War I England, the novel follows the investigation of a mysterious plague called 'The Green Rust' that threatens the country's stability. Wallace's fast-paced and suspenseful writing style keeps readers on the edge of their seats as they uncover the sinister plot behind the deadly disease. The novel's blend of science fiction elements and traditional detective work makes it a unique and engaging read in the context of early 20th-century literature. Edgar Wallace, known for his prolific output of crime fiction and thrillers, was a former war correspondent with a keen eye for detail and a talent for storytelling. His background in journalism and his experiences in conflict zones likely informed the intense and intricate plot of 'The Green Rust'. Wallace's ability to create complex characters and gripping narratives shines through in this novel, cementing his reputation as a master of suspense. For readers who enjoy a combination of mystery, science fiction, and espionage, 'The Green Rust' is a must-read. Edgar Wallace's expertly crafted tale will keep you guessing until the very end, making it a captivating choice for fans of classic detective fiction.

Über den Autor

Edgar Wallace, born on April 1, 1875, in London, was a prolific British writer and journalist. Wallace's literature career is marked with the creation of more than 175 novels, numerous plays, and screenplays. Perhaps best known for the detective thriller 'The Green Rust' (1919), Wallace adeptly weaved themes of espionage, criminal masterminds, and suspense in a post-World War I setting, capturing the imaginations of his readers. His literary style is often characterized by fast-paced narratives, intricate plotting, and a penchant for the sensational, which have delighted mystery and adventure enthusiasts for generations. Furthermore, Wallace made substantial contributions to the popularization of the crime genre, influencing not just his contemporaries, but the course of detective fiction at large. Besides 'The Green Rust', his extensive bibliography includes titles such as 'The Four Just Men' (1905), a novel that established his reputation, and 'King Kong' (1933), which was published shortly after his death and became a classic in both literature and film. Wallace's enduring legacy is evidenced by his numerous works that continue to be read and adapted, testifying to his skill in crafting enduring popular fiction. Wallace passed away on February 10, 1932, leaving behind a legacy as one of England's most entertaining and prolific writers.

Produkt Details

Verlag: DigiCat

Genre: Sprache - Englisch

Sprache: English

Umfang: 201 Seiten

Größe: 944,4 KB

ISBN: 8596547322634