In 1909 Edgar Wallace wrote 24 short stories featuring Police Contable Lee of the London "D" Division for publication in the British weekly magazine Ideas. A number of these were reprinted in Ideas in 1928-1929 (some under new titles) and in other magazines. Nine of the P.C. Lee stories were later included in the 1961 collection The Undisclosed Client and Other Stories. So far as could be ascertained, the only story in the series that appeared in any collection published during Wallace's lifetime was "Change," which was re-written (without P.C. Lee) as "Mr. Sigee's Relations" for The Lady Called Nita, published by George Newnes, London, in 1930. Contents: Mr. Simmons' Profession A Man of Note For Jewey's Laggin' Pear-Drops How He Lost His Moustache Sergeant Run-A-Mile The Sentimental Burglar Change A Case for Angel, Esquire Contempt Confidence Fireless Telegraphy The General Practitioner The Snatchers The Gold Mine Mouldy the Scrivener Mrs. Flindin's Lodger The Story of a Great Cross-Examination Tanks The Silence of P.-C. Hirley The Power of the Eye The Convict's Daughter The Derby Favourite The Last Adventure Edgar Wallace (1875-1932) was an English writer. As well as journalism, Wallace wrote screen plays, poetry, historical non-fiction, 18 stage plays, 957 short stories and over 170 novels, 12 in 1929 alone. More than 160 films have been made of Wallace's work.