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The book is about Jack Glover and his ensuing relationship with Lydia. Glover’s cousin has a bad case of an eccentric father and faces problems of a different level. Whereas, Lydia has to pay off her father’s creditors. The story weaves out when Glover proposes to lend Lydia the money.
What makes this book stand out?
It is a classic thriller, and promises to keep you thrilled and has elements of romance sprinkled here and there. This is a very popular Edgar Wallace book.
Read it for
Although not the sharpest arrow in his quiver, Wallace has done a great job with the story. The thrill will keep you on the edge of the seat.
Don't read it for
If you give a look of disapproval at seemingly repetitive writings, you can save your stare by not reading this. This is a classic Wallace with romance entwined from place to place.