Interesting People from The Past…

Edgar Wallace was a novelist and journalist, and despite being born of unknown parents, and poorly educated, he became the most prolific writer of his day. After freelancing, he served in South Africa as a war correspondent, and following his return to London he became a reporter, then a writer of feature articles, racing tips, short stories, detective novels and plays. Amongst his works were The Four Just Men, Sanders of the River, The Fellowship of the Frog, The Squeaker, On the Spot, and there were many, many more.  

He was born in 1875 and died in 1932.

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a photographer, writer and blogger, a studio and press photographer since the mid 1960's, first published writings in 1974
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