Kate Plus Ten

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Kate Plus Ten
"Kate Plus Ten".jpg
Author Edgar Wallace
Language English
Genre crime fiction
Publisher Small, Maynard & Company
Publication date
1917
Media type Print

Kate Plus Ten is a 1917 British crime novel written by Edgar Wallace.[1] In 1938 it was made into a film Kate Plus Ten.[2] In 1967 it was adapted for the film The Trygon Factor starring Stewart Granger.[3]

Plot[edit]

"What an enigma Kate Is!"

Attempts to capture eighteen-year-old criminal mastermind Kate Wasthanger, a colonel's niece and the strategist behind several increasingly successful swindles. These include stealing a complete and valuable railway goods train. "Each one is bigger than the last – but never once have we traced the crime to her door." [4][5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kate Plus 10". 
  2. ^ "Kate Plus Ten". BFI. 
  3. ^ "Das GEHEIMNIS DER WEISSEN NONNE". BFI. 
  4. ^ "Newport Vintage Books - Mystery Dustjackets - Edgar Wallace". 
  5. ^ Edgar Wallace. "Kate Plus Ten". Goodreads.