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  • (1932) Novel: "The Case of the Frightened Lady" (aka "Mystery of the Frightened Lady, "The Frightened Lady"; filmed as Das indische Tuch (1963), The Case of the Frightened Lady (1940)).
  • (1911) Novel: "Sanders of the River" (filmed as Death Drums Along the River (1963), Coast of Skeletons (1965))
  • (1924) Novel: "Room 13" (filmed as Zimmer 13 (1964))
  • (1927) Novel: "Angel Esquire" (filmed as Die Gruft mit dem Rätselschloß (1964))
  • (1925) Novel: "The Gaunt Stranger" (aka "Police Work"; "The Ringer"; filmed as Der Hexer (1964), The Ringer (1931), The Gaunt Stranger (1938)).
  • (1927) Novel: "The Traitor's Gate" (filmed as Das Verrätertor (1964))
  • (1929) Novel: "Again the Ringer" (aka "The Ringer Returns"; filmed as Neues vom Hexer (1965))
  • (1926) Novel: "The Three Just Men" (filmed as Circus of Fear (1966))
  • (1930) Novel: "Kate Plus Ten" (filmed as The Trygon Factor (1966))
  • (1925) Novel: "The Blue Hand" (aka "Beyond Recall"; filmed as Die blaue Hand (1967))
  • (1929) Novel: "The Terror" (filmed as Der Mönch mit der Peitsche (1967), Der unheimliche Mönch (1965), The Terror (1938)),
  • (1929) Novel: "The Hand of Power" (aka "The Proud Sons of Ragusa"; filmed as Im Banne des Unheimlichen (1968)),
  • (1924) Novel: "The Dark Eyes of London" (aka "The Croakers"; filmed as Der Gorilla von Soho (1968), Die toten Augen von London (1961), The Dark Eyes of London (1939)).
  • (1924) Novel: "The Face in the Night" (aka "The Diamond Men", "The Ragged Princess"; filmed as A doppia faccia (1969)).
  • (1923) Novel: "The Clue of the New Pin" (filmed as Cosa avete fatto a Solange? (1972)).
  • (1926) Novel: "The Black Abbott" (filmed as Der schwarze Abt (1963)).
  • (1927) Novel: "The Squeaker" (aka "The Squealer", "The Sign of the Leopard"; filmed as Der Zinker (1963)).
  • (1926) Novel: "The Yellow Snake" (aka "The Black Tenth"; filmed as Der Fluch der gelben Schlange (1963)).
  • (1930) Novel: "The India Rubber Man" (aka "The Pool", "Wolves of the Waterfront"; filmed as Das Gasthaus an der Themse (1962))
  • (1926) Novel: "The Door with Seven Locks" (filmed as Die Tür mit den 7 Schlössern (1962), The Door with Seven Locks (1940)).
  • (1932) Novel: "When the Gangs Came to London" (aka "The Gangsters Come to London", "Scotland Yard's Yankee Dick"; filmed as Das Rätsel der roten Orchidee (1962)).
  • (1925) Novel: "The Strange Countess" (filmed as Die seltsame Gräfin (1961)).
  • (1929) Novel: "The Forger" (aka "The Counterfeiter"; filmed as Der Fälscher von London (1961)).
  • Novel: "The Man in the Back Seat" (filmed as The Man in the Back Seat (1961)).
  • (1920) Novel: "The Daffodil Mystery" (aka "The Daffodil Murder"; filmed as Das Geheimnis der gelben Narzissen (1961)).
  • (1923) Novel: "The Green Archer" (filmed as Der grüne Bogenschütze (1961), The Green Archer (1940), The Green Archer (1925)).
  • (1926) Novel: "The Terrible People" (aka "The Gallows Hand"; filmed as Die Bande des Schreckens (1960)).
  • (1926) Novel: "The Avenger" (aka "The Hairy Arm", "The Extra Girl"; filmed as Der Rächer (1960)).
  • (1929) Novel: "The Crimson Circle" (filmed as Der rote Kreis (1960)).
  • (1925) Novel: "The Fellowship of the Frog" (filmed as Der Frosch mit der Maske (1959)).
  • (1932) Stage: Wrote "Criminal at Large", produced on Broadway. Mystery. Produced and directed by Guthrie McClintic. Belasco Theatre: 10 Oct 1932-Feb 1933 (closing date unknown/161 performances). Cast: St. Clair Bayfield, Alexandra Carlisle, David Glassford, William Harrigan, Walter Kingsford, Robert Middlemass, Scott Moore, Perry Norman, Neville Percy, James Vincent, Geoffrey Wardwell, Emlyn Williams, Katherine Wilson.
  • Novel: "The Ghost of John Holling" (filmed as Mystery Liner (1934)).
  • Story: "The Missing People" (filmed as The Missing People (1939)).
  • (1925) Novel: "The Mind of Mr. Reeder" (aka "The Mind of Mr. J.G. Reeder", "The Murder Book of J.G. Reeder"; filmed as The Mind of Mr. Reeder (1939)).
  • Novel: "The Green Poropoulos" (filmed as Born to Gamble (1935)).
  • (1913) Stage: Wrote "The Switchboard", produced on Broadway. Princess Theatre: 14 Mar 1913-Jun 1913 (115 performances/production played in repertory with "Fear", "Fancy Free", "Any Night", "A Tragedy of the Future"). Cast: Holbrook Blinn (also co-producer), Edward Ellis, Harrison Ford, Fanny Hartz, Willette Kershaw, Francine Larrimore, Bennett Musson, Georgia O'Ramey, Purnell Pratt, John Stokes, Vaughan Trevor. Co-produced by The Princess Players.
  • (1922) Stage: Wrote (w/Albert de Courville) book for / produced / directed "Pins and Needles" on Broadway. Musical revue. Lyrics by Ballard MacDonald, Rupert Hazel and Irving Caesar. Music by James F. Hanley and Frederick W. Chappelle. Orchestra under the direction of Charles Previn. Shubert Theatre: 1 Feb 1922-11 Mar 1922 (46 performances). Cast: Josephine Blythe, Phyllis Bryan, Muriel Cort, Elizabeth Coyle, Maisie Gay, Edith Kelly Gould, Rupert Hazell, Nan C. Hearne, May Hern, Teddy Knox (as "Performer"), Pamela Leroy, Geneva Marlowe, Tess Mayer, Florence McGuire, Joan Morris, Jack Morrison, Tommy Mostol, Jimmy Nervo (as "Performer"), Mary Philips, Harry Pilcer, Alice Pollard, Ewart Scott, Lillian Smith, Jane Taylor, Frances Upton, Amy Verity, Louise Wayne, Phyllis Wolmer.
  • (1936) Stage: Wrote source material (novel) for "The Frog", adapted by Ian Hay, performed at the Princes Theatre in London, England, with Jack Hawkins, Gordon Harker, Christine Barry, Frank Pettingell, Herbert Lomas, Percy Parsons and Cyril Smith in the cast.
  • (1937) Stage: Wrote source material (novel) for "The Frog", adapted by Ian Hay, performed at the Princes Theatre in London, England, with Jack Hawkins, Gordon Harker, Christine Barry, Herbert Lomas, Percy Parsons and Cyril Smith in the cast.
  • Playwright: "Return of the Terror" (filmed as Return of the Terror (1934)).
  • (5/26-7/26) Stage: Wrote "The Ringer", based on his novel "The Gaunt Stranger", performed at the Wyndham's Theatre in London, England, with Dorothy Dickson, Leslie Faber, Franklin Dyall, Gordon Harker, Eric Stanley, Nigel Bruce, Leslie Banks, Henry Forbes-Robertson, Betty Hicks, Arthur Stratton and Naomi Jacob in the cast.
  • (1927) Novel: "The Feathered Serpent" (aka "Inspector Wade", "Inspector Wade and the Feathered Serpent"; filmed as The Feathered Serpent (1934)).
  • Story: "The Lonely One" (filmed as The Lonely One (1954)).
  • Novel: "Der Zinker" (filmed as Der Zinker (1931)).
  • (1981) Stage: Wrote "The Case of the Frightened Lady," performed at the Churchill Theatre in Bromley, Kent, England, with Faith Brook, John Arnatt, Lucy Gutteridge, Tony Caunter, David Troughton and Denys Hawthorne in the cast.
  • Playwright: "Bachelor's Folly" (filmed as The Calendar (1931)).
  • Story: "Before Dawn" (filmed as Before Dawn (1933)).
  • Playwright: "Persons Unknown" (filmed as White Face (1932)).
  • Novel: "Candidate for Murder" (filmed as Candidate for Murder (1962)).
  • (1914) Novel: "The Admirable Carfew".
  • (1915) Novel: "Bones".
  • (1929) Novel: "Again the Three Just Men" (aka "Again the Three", "The Law of the Three Just Men").
  • (1929) Novel: "Big Four" (aka "The Crooks of Society").
  • (1921) Novel: "Bones in London".
  • (1927) Novel: "Big Foot".
  • (1923) Novel: "The Books of Bart".
  • (1922) Novel: "The Angel of Terror" (aka "The Destroying Angel").
  • (1919) Novel: "The Adventures of Heine".
  • (1940) Novel: "Blackmail and the Iron Grip".
  • (1926) Novel: "Barbara On Her Own".
  • (1935) Novel: "The Black" (aka "Blackmailers I Have Foiled").
  • (1921) Novel: "The Book of All Power".
  • (1928) Novel: "Again, Sanders".
  • (1923) Novel: "Bones of the River".
  • (1909) Novel: "Captain Tatham of Tatham Island" (aka "Eve's Island", "The Island of Galloping Gold").
  • (1914) Novel: "Bosambo of the River".
  • (1929) Novel: "The Cat Burglar".
  • (1930) Novel: "The Calendar".
  • (1916) Novel: "The Clue of the Twisted Candle".
  • (1928) Novel: "The Daughters of the Night".
  • (1931) Novel: "The Devil Man" (aka "Sinister Street", "The Life and Death of Charles Peace", "Silver Steel").
  • (1923) Novel: "Chick".
  • (1927) Novel: "The Brigand".
  • (1929) Novel: "Circumstantial Evidence" (aka "Fighting Snub Reilly").
  • (1926) Novel: "The Day of Uniting".
  • (1916) Novel: "A Debt Discharged".
  • (1930) Novel: "The Clue of the Silver Key" (aka "The Silver Key").
  • (1931) Novel: "Coat of Arms" (aka "The Arranaways Mystery").
  • (1908) Novel: "The Council of Justice".
  • (1933) Novel (w/Robert G. Curtis): "The Green Pack".
  • (1929) Collection: "Forty-Eight Short Stories".
  • (1929) Novel: "The Governor of Chi-Foo".
  • (1929) Novel: "The Ghost of Downhill".
  • (1913) Novel: "The Fourth Plague".
  • (1913) Novel: "Grey Timothy" (aka "Pallard the Punter").
  • (1929) Novel: "The Golden Hades" (aka "Stamped in Gold".
  • (1919) Novel: "Green Rust".
  • (1928) Novel: "Four-Square Jane" (aka "The Fourth Square").
  • (1930) Collection: "Four Complete Novels".
  • (1929) Novel: "The Green Ribbon".
  • (1928) Novel: "The Gunner" (aka "Gunman's Bluff", "Children of the Poor").
  • (1905) Novel: "The Four Just Men".
  • (1929) Novel: "Good Evans".
  • (1932) Collection: "The Guv-Nor and Other Stories" (aka "Mr. Reeder Returs").
  • (1918) Novel: "Down Under Donovan".
  • (1929) Novel: "Educated Evans".
  • (1943) Collection: "The Edgar Wallace Reader".
  • (1931) Novel: "The Edgar Wallace Second Book".
  • (1928) Novel: "The Flying Squad".
  • (1922) Novel: "The Flying Fifty-Five".
  • (1924) Novel: "Flat 2".
  • (1927) Novel: "The Double" (aka "Sinister Halls").
  • (1933) Collection: "The Edgar Wallace Foursome".
  • (1930) Collection: "The Edgar Wallace Police Van".
  • (1928) Novel: "Elegant Edward".
  • (1924) Novel: "Double Dan" (aka "Kara-Kara").
  • (1932) Collection: "The Edgar Wallace Race Special".
  • (1929) Novel: "For Information Received".
  • (1909) Novel: "The Duke in the Suburbs".
  • (1933) Stage: Wrote "Criminal at Large," performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA, with Cecilia Loftus and Van Heflin (billed as E. Van Heflin) in the cast.
  • (1929) Novel: "The Litrle Green Man".
  • (1925) Novel: "A King by Night".
  • (1920) Novel: "Jack O'Judgment".
  • (1926) Novel: "The Joker" (aka "The Colossus", "The Park Lake Mystery").
  • (1930) Novel: "The Iron Grip" (aka "Wireless Bryce").
  • (1930) Novel: "The Lady of Ascot".
  • (1917) Novel: "The Keepers of the King's Peace".
  • (1930) Novel: "Killer Kay".
  • (1921) Novel: "The Law of the Four Just Men".
  • (1930) Novel: "The Lady Called Nita".
  • (1934) Novel: "The Last Adventure".
  • (1929) Novel: "The Lady of Little Hell".
  • (1929) Novel: "The Lone House Mystery".
  • (1917) Novel: "The Just Men of Cordova".
  • (1918) Novel: "Lieutenant Bones".
  • (1928) Novel: "The Melody of Death".
  • (1930) Novel: "More Educated Evans".
  • (1931) Novel: "The Man at the Carlton" (aka "His Devoted Squealer", "The Mystery of Mary Greer").
  • (1927) Novel: "The Man Who Was Nobody".
  • (1922) Novel: "Mr. Justice Maxwell" (aka "Take-a-Chance Anderson").
  • (1926) Novel: "The Man from Morocco". (aka "Souls in Shadows").
  • (1923) Novel: "The Missing Million".
  • (1930) Novel: "Mrs. William Jones--and Bill".
  • (1920) Novel (w/Robert G. Curtis): "The Man Who Changed His Name".
  • (1915) Novel: "The Man Who Bought London".
  • (1926) Novel: "The Million Dollar Story".
  • (1936) Novel (w/Robert G. Curtis): "The Mouthpiece".
  • (1927) Novel: "The Mixer".
  • (1929) Collection: "The Mammoth Mystery Book" (contains "Gaol Breakers", "Just Men of Cordova", "King by Night").
  • (1918) Novel: "The Man Who Knew".
  • (1929) Novel: "Red Aces".
  • (1932) Collection: "New Mammoth Mystery Book" (contains "The Four Just Men", "The Secret House", "The Man Who Knew").
  • (1936) Novel (w/R.J. Curtis): "Sanctuary Island".
  • (1929) Novel: "The Prison Breakers".
  • (1922) Novel: "Number Six" (aka "Number Six and the Borgia").
  • (1926) Novel: "The Northing Tramp".
  • (1912) Novel: "The Nine Bears" (aka "Silinski, Master Criminal", "World Syndicate", "The Other Man").
  • (1912) Novel: "The People of the River".
  • (1930) Novel: "Private Selby".
  • (1929) Novel: "The Reporter".
  • (1913) Novel: "The River of Stars".
  • (1928) Novel: "The Orator".
  • (1926) Novel: "Penelope of the Pollyantha".
  • (1934) Novel: "Nig Nog".
  • (1916) Novel: "Nobby" (aka "Smithy's Friend Nobby", "Town Topics");
  • (1905) Novel: "Smithy",.
  • (1932) Novel: "The Steward".
  • (1919) Novel: "Tam O' the Scoots".
  • (1917) Novel: "The Secret House".
  • (1923) Novel: "Sandi, the King-Maker".
  • (1926) Novel: "Sanders" (aka "Mr. Commissioner Sanders").
  • (1909) Novel: "Smithy Abroad".
  • (1915) Novel: "Smithy and the Hun".
  • (1930) Collection: "The Stretelli Case and Other Mystery Stories".
  • (1924) Novel: "The Sinister Man".
  • (1927) Novel: "The Squeaker" (aka "The Squealer", "The Sign of the Leopard").
  • (1926) Novel: "The Square Emerald" (aka "The Girl from Scotland Yard").
  • (1932) Book: "Scotland Yard Book of Edgar Wallace".
  • (1932) Novel: "Sergeant Sir Peter" (aka "Sergeant Dunn, CID").
  • (1947) Novel: "Stranger Than Fiction".
  • (1928) Novel: "The Twister".
  • (1916) Novel: "The Tomb of Ta'in".
  • (1934) Novel: "The Woman from the East".
  • (1927) Novel: "Terror Keep".
  • (1930) Novel: "Thief in the Night".
  • (1923) Novel: "The Valley of Ghosts".
  • (1928) Novel: "We Shall See" (aka "The Gaol Breakers").
  • (1930) Novel: "White Face".
  • (1924) Novel: "The Three Oak Mystery"
  • (August 3, 1937) His play, "Criminal at Large," was performed at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Nance O'Neil and Morgan Farley in the cast.

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