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╚╝The Angel of Terror
╚╝Chapter I
╚╝Chapter II
╚╝Chapter III
╚╝Chapter IV
╚╝Chapter V
╚╝Chapter VI
╚╝Chapter VII
╚╝Chapter VIII
╚╝Chapter IX
╚╝Chapter X
╚╝Chapter XI
╚╝Chapter XII
╚╝Chapter XIII
╚╝Chapter XIV
╚╝Chapter XV
╚╝Chapter XVI
╚╝Chapter XVII
╚╝Chapter XVIII
╚╝Chapter XIX
╚╝Chapter XX
╚╝Chapter XXI
╚╝Chapter XXII
╚╝Chapter XXIII
╚╝Chapter XXIV
╚╝Chapter XXV
╚╝Chapter XXVI
╚╝Chapter XXVII
╚╝Chapter XXVIII
╚╝Chapter XXIX
╚╝Chapter XXX
╚╝Chapter XXXI
╚╝Chapter XXXII
╚╝Chapter XXXIII
╚╝Chapter XXXIV
╚╝Chapter XXXV
╚╝Chapter XXXVI
╚╝Chapter XXXVII
╚╝Chapter XXXVIII
╚╝Chapter XXXIX
╚╝Chapter XL
╚╝Chapter XLI

The Angel of Terror






THE ANGEL OF TERROR

by

Edgar Wallace

The characters in this book are entirely imaginary, and have no relation to any living person
To
F.L.S.
A MAN OF LAW

First Printed, May, 1922
32nd Edition, September, 1934

Made and Printed in Great Britain for Hodder and Stoughton Limited, by Wyman & Sons Ltd., London, Reading and Fakenham


Angelically beautiful Jean Briggerland is a sociopathic criminal, so lovely that none can see her guilt -- even in connection with the most blatant crimes! Can Jack Glover, best friend and lawyer to Jean's latest victim, bring her to justice before she murders her way to unspeakable wealth and power?

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