Mr. Wong - Complete Collection vol. 1 1934-35

Mr. Wong - Complete Collection vol. 1 1934-35

by Hugh Wiley

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PERIL PRESS presents:

Collier's, March 10 1934
Mr. Wong:
MEDIUM WELL DONE
A James Lee detective story—
by Hugh Wiley
Illustrated by John Gannam
A romance of a city where, as Wong Sung the cook tells his friends, the gods of Justice have strange ways
5200 Words

Collier’s, June 30, 1934
IN CHINATOWN
by Hugh Wiley
Illustrated by John Gannam
Wherein the suave James Lee Wong, under-cover man, encounters a murder mystery, and overlooks the evidence in favor of a quiet little talk—
In Chinatown. At the heart of the mystery. Page 12.
5200 Words

Collier's, July 28 1934
Mr. Wong:
THE THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLAR BOMB
A James Lee detective story—
by Hugh Wiley
Illustrated by Irving Nurick
A story of brilliant detection, not entirely devoid of romance, in which James Lee Wong, undercover man, finds that senators are human
4700 Words

Collier's, August 4 1934
Mr. Wong:
TEN BELLS
A James Lee detective story—
by Hugh Wiley
A Hollywood murder mystery, wherein a lover does too much talking and the soft tongued James Lee, under-cover man, does just enough.
4800 Words

Collier's, December 15 1934
Mr. Wong:
LONG CHANCE
A James Lee detective story—
by Hugh Wiley
illustrated by Irving Nurick

Long Chance. Taken by James Lee Wong.

Edgar Parmill missing, with one hundred thousand dollars—another simple adventure of soft-spoken James Lee Wong
3600 Words

Collier's, May 25 1935
Mr. Wong:
A RAY OF LIGHT
A James Lee detective story—
by Hugh Wiley
illustrated by Irving Nurick
A Ray of Light. Beauty in distress; James Lee Wong to the rescue. Page 21
The mystery of Louise Harwood’s missing diamond—and of the man who gave it to her. A perfect case for James Lee, soft-spoken Department of Justice under-cover man. And a curiously fascinating story.
4100 Words

This edition includes the illustrations and Collier's magazine covers to all 6 stories.

With the success of Fox's Charlie Chan and Mr. Moto movies, Monogram decided they wanted a piece of that action and hired Boris Karloff to play Hugh Wiley's Detective James Lee in a series of Mr. Wong movies.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149190768
Publisher: Peril Press
Publication date: 03/07/2014
Series: Detective James Lee Wong , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 514,581
File size: 12 MB
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