1929. Edgar Wallace established his reputation as a writer of detective thrillers, a genre in which he wrote more than 170 books, with the publication of The Four Just Men. In The Green Ribbon an insurance investigator researches the accidental death of a jockey. His inquiry leads to an illegal gambling organization, as well as the knowledge that the jockey's death was not accidental. He also saves the life of another jockey who has been the victim of a couple of accidents. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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Book Description Doubleday, Crime Club, 1930. Binding is a little loose. Bookseller Inventory # lleubWal85