Leslie Charteris The Saint in Europe (Saint books) for sale.

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The Saint in Europe 1st UK edn
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Leslie Charteris The Saint Abroad
The Saint in Europe 1958 edn

First published by The Crime Club USA (with dustwrapper designed by Andy Warhol) and Doubleday (Toronto) Canada 1953, and H&S UK (red cloth covers) 1954.
Stories included are: Paris: The Covetous Headsman from The Saint Detective Magazine Spring 1953. The Saint helps solve a gruesome murder;
Amsterdam: The Angel’s Eye from The Saint Detective Magazine June/July 1953. A fabulous jewel goes missing;
The Rhine: The Rhine Maiden from The American magazine February 1936 where it was called All Aboard for Shanghai. A human story from a company bankruptcy;
Tirol: The Golden Journey from Nash’s Magazine 1934. The Saint goes hiking with an unwilling companion. He has to spank her, a scene which was faithfully reproduced in the TV episode with Roger Moore (the original story appeared in Harper’s 1932, but did not have Simon Templar in it and was rewritten);
Lucerne: The Loaded Tourist who is mugged for his briefcase;
Juan-Les-Pins: The Spanish Cow from Pearson’s Magazine July 1936. The Saint turns gigolo to steal a necklace; and
Rome: The Latin Touch. The Saint tackles the Mafia.

The above information was taken from my CDROM 'A History of the Saint books'
It is an ebook in pdf format and has over 200 pages full of information and over 600 pictures of my favourite cover art.
It costs 5.99 to download from the web, but because it is so large it could take a long time to download on a slow link.
It costs 6.99 on cdrom to anywhere in the World.
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