Leslie Charteris Catch The Saint.

Leslie Charteris' Catch the Saint by Norman Walker, adapted by Fleming Lee.

 
 
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Two original stories by Norman Worker, adapted by Fleming Lee.

First hardcovers Crime Club (Doubleday) USA , and H&S UK 1975.
Two stories: The Masterpiece Merchant and The Adoring Socialite.
Intro by Leslie Charteris to Catch the Saint explains that Simon Templar is getting too old, so these are from his pre-war adventures.

Blurb:

On an errand of mercy to help an elderly neighbour, the Sainted Simon Templar meets a very distraught - and very beautiful young woman.
Seems she is missing a brother, and someone is missing a Rembrandt. Together they track the fiend behind it all: The Masterpiece Merchant.

On the other side of the Atlantic our "afficionado of the unexpected, the master of the unpredictable," Simon Templar, makes the acquaintance of a lovely young heiress at a Mainline charity ball.
But a little sleuthing reveals that one member of the Social Register is also listed on the Who's Who of Organised Crime...

TWO CHANCES TO CATCH THE SAINT.

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