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The Angel of Terror by Edgar Wallace

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The Angel of Terror
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Publisher: Project Gutenberg
ISBN/ASIN: B003OIBHDY
Number of pages: 320

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"James Meredith, you have been convicted after a long and patient trial of the awful crime of wilful murder. With the verdict of the jury I am in complete agreement. There is little doubt, after hearing the evidence of the unfortunate lady to whom you were engaged, and whose evidence you attempted in the most brutal manner to refute, that, instigated by your jealousy, you shot Ferdinand Bulford."

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