Edgar Wallace was an English novelist, journalist and playwright, who was an enormously popular writer of detective, suspense stories, and practically invented the modern "thriller". As an author, he wrote 175 novels, 24 plays, and countless articles in newspapers and journals. His popularity at the time was comparable to that of Charles Dickens - one of Wallace's publishers claimed that a quarter of all books read in England were written by him. Hundreds of films have been made from his stories – Wallace was the writer, whose works, more than any other author, were adapted to the big screen.
“Bones in London” is a detective story narrated about a business man Bones, who is prepared to finance anything. His indiscretions serve him well, for although all the financial cut-throats in the City centre are on his trail, they achieve nothing but his further enrichment.
This is the good story, which has a chuckle in every chapter, so the reader can't afford to miss this.