Angel Esquire (novel)
Angel Esquire is a 1908 crime mystery novel by the British writer Edgar Wallace. The wealthy owner of a gambling establishment leaves his money to whichever of his potential heirs can solve a complex puzzle. The title comes from the Scotland Yard detective Christopher Angel, who becomes involved with the case.
- A 1919 British silent film Angel Esquire directed by William Kellino
- A 1964 West German film The Curse of the Hidden Vault directed by Franz Josef Gottlieb, part of a long-running series of Wallace adaptations
- Goble p.486
- Clark, Neil. Stranger than Fiction: The Life of Edgar Wallace, the Man Who Created King Kong. Stroud, UK: The History Press, 2015.
- Goble, Alan. The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter, 1999.
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