The Saint Goes on 1951.
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First published by H&S 1934 in light blue
cloth wrappers, and by Crime Club in USA 1935.
This book contains three novelettes, two of which had previously been published in The Thriller:
The High Fence, published June 16 1934 as The Man Who Knew. Simon Templar and Hoppy Uniatz annoy Junior Inspector Pryke while finding the mastermind who fences stolen goods;
The Elusive Ellshaw, published July 28 1934 as The Race Train Crime. Ellshaws widow is naturally distressed when she meets her late departed husband: and
The Case of the Frightened Innkeeper who hears ghostly trains at night and who doesnt give Simon a warm welcome.
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