Leslie Charteris wrote several books before he hit the big time, and a few non-Saint books after.
The Bandit 1963 pb.
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|Serialised in the Empire News in England as The Black Cat starting in May 1929. First hardcover publishing in England was by Ward Lock in 1929, as The Bandit; in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1930. This was Leslies fourth novel (following on from Meet the Tiger) in 1929. In this story, Ramon Francisco de Castilla Y Espronceda Manrique was the strangely-named hero.||Contents:
II El Caballero
III The Tables are Turned
IV Manrique Makes a Promise
V Manrique Keeps it
VI Harrigans Round
VII Manrique is Cornered
VIII The Girl Takes a Hand
IX The Getaway
X A Run in the Country
XI The House by the Sea
XII Mr Parker Joins In
XIII Thieves Fall Out
XIV Mr Parker Drops In
XV Exit Harrigan
XVI Manriques Scheme
XVII Hiram Parkers Scheme
XVIII The Triumph of the Bandit.
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