Mr. Wong - Complete Collection vol. 2 1935-36

Mr. Wong - Complete Collection vol. 2 1935-36

by Hugh Wiley

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PERIL PRESS presents:

Collier’s, June 29 1935
TOO MUCH ICE
by Hugh Wiley
Illustrated by Irving Nurick
Another Adventure of James Lee, who knew that diamonds don’t have wings
James Lee Wong runs down the loot.
2900 Words

Collier's, July 20 1935
Mr. Wong:
JAYBIRD’S CHANCE
A James Lee detective story—
by Hugh Wiley
Illustrated by Irving Nurick
The suavest of all detectives, James Lee, again. This time, trailing a thief, he adroitly proves that a man can lose at poker—and yet win.
James Lee goes fishing and catches a gold brick
4600 Words

Collier's, September 14 1935
Mr. Wong:
SCORNED WOMAN
A James Lee detective story—
by Hugh Wiley
illustrated by Irving Nurick
A mystery story with as many quick twists as you’ll find in a Chinatown alley. And that curious detective, James Lee, the deep one, again on the job
Hugh Wiley—Scorned Woman. James Lee Wong—in the very nick of time. Page 12
5000 Words

Collier's, November 2, 1935
Mr. Wong:
THREE WORDS
A James Lee detective story—
by Hugh Wiley
James Lee, the subtle, in another murder mystery, wherein a killer raises a question—and answers it
James Lee examines a Japanese
4400 Words

Collier's, February 15 1936
Mr. Wong:
NO WITNESSES
A James Lee detective story—
by Hugh Wiley
illustrated by Irving Nurick
No Witnesses. A Holiday for Detective James Lee.
James Lee, undercover man, takes a little vacation and finds it decidedly more exciting than yours will be—we trust
4400 Words

Collier's, September 5, 1936
Mr. Wong:
SEVEN OF SPADES
A James Lee detective story—
by Hugh Wiley
illustrated by Irving Nurick
Poker game, James Lee dealing. Page 10
James Lee, government man, follows a gangster’s trail to another strange and thrilling adventure
5700 Words

This edition includes the illustrations and covers to Collier's magazine for 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: 2940149218028
Publisher: Peril Press
Publication date: 03/07/2014
Series: Detective James Lee Wong , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 706,660
File size: 17 MB
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