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1 Charteris, Leslie Thanks to the Saint
New York Macfadden Books 1968 Reprint Edition Mass Market Paperback Good 

Spine a bit rolled, a little edge wear, light reading crease, label residue in upper corner of cover. Evidently an ex-library book as there are Discard stamps on the covers, but no other library markings. Some browning but text is clean and unmarked.

"Simon Templar - the Saint - makes it his business to go where angels fear to tread, using his legendary sangfroid to carry off daring escapades that leave ordinary men speechless. Beneath his exquisite Saville-Row tailoring, heart-stopping good looks, and elegant London life-style is a man of steel who follows his own rules and makes his own laws. The Saint is always on the side of the angels, even though the police don't always agree with his methods. "
This is a collection of Saint short stories, including 'The Bunco Artists'; 'The Happy Suicide'; 'The Good Medicine'; 'The Unescapable Work'; 'The Perfect Sucker'; and 'The Careful Terrorist'.; Ex-Library; 6" - 7" Tall
Price: 4.50 USD

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2 Charteris, Leslie The Saint in New York
New York Curtis Books Reprint Edition Mass Market Paperback Good 

224 pp. No publishing date listed but probably late 1960s. Spine a bit creased and rolled, corners bumped, a little edge wear, a bit of rubbing and scuffing. Some tanning but text is clean and unmarked. A solid copy.

"The Three Days that Shook Manhattan:
The police commissioner of New York City was puzzled when he received a communication from C. E. Teal of the C.I.D., informing him that Simon Templar, better known as 'the Saint,' was at present in the United States and suggesting that 'it would be advisable for you, in your own interests, to observe Templar's activities carefully if you are successful in locating him."
The commissioner was inclined to be amused -- until the Saint began his nefarious, reckless, and wholly delightful operations . . . and only then did the police begin to appreciate what it meant to have the Saint in their midst. . .
The Saint takes New York in his stride and walks blithely to a climax that is one of the most surprising and ingenious mystery solutions that the author has ever provided."; 6" - 7" Tall
Price: 5.95 USD

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3 Charteris, Leslie The Saint Vs. Scotland Yard
New York Avon 1957 Mass Market Paperback Very Good 

Avon T-199, 191 pp. A little spine creasing, slight edge wear, binding fairly tight. Pages tanned but text is clean and unmarked. A nice copy.

"The Saint vs. The Scorpion!
"A stack of stolen, illicit love letters adds up to murder - in the hands of - the Scorpion!
"A lantern-jawed burglar is sentenced to death by - the Scorpion!
"Simon Templar's favorite girl - long-limbed luscious and deadly - does layman service against - the Scorpion!
"Those who could have spoken dared not speak, and those who might have spoken died too soon . . . as the Saint and the gorgeous Patricia combat the most feared master-criminal in the annals of modern crime. "; 5" - 6" Tall
Price: 7.95 USD

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