*Clearance Corner: We believe it was Agatha Christie’s character Tuppence Beresford who came up with the above quote when referring to her husband putting up an Edgar Wallace bookshelf, but there is no doubt that Wallace was one of the most prolific crime writers of the 20th Century. Here’s a chance to sample his wares for yourself with a varied selection of his novels, 26 in paperback and 2 in hardback (no DJs), all different. Publishers include Arrow, Collins, Digit, Hodder & Stoughton, John Long, Pan & Ward Lock. Dates range from 1930s to 1970s, with an emphasis on the 1950s. At just £5 for 28 books, how can you go wrong? These fit into a medium box and UK postage (if required) would be an additional £13.50.