The White Rider 1930.
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The White Rider
Leslie Charteris wrote several books before he hit the big time, and a few non-Saint books after. Leslie's second book, published 1928. When Bernard Seldon king of illicit drug traffickers came to a violent end, he left a million pounds which only his stepdaughter knew where to find. A Transatlantic criminal heard of this hidden fortune, and proceeded to try his luck in the hunt. Which is why the traditional ghost of Sancreed, The White Rider, rode again. . . . Those who enjoyed in "X Esquire" the unconventional methods of Bill Kennedy, that amiable and herculean detective, will find him at his best in this vigorous story, packed with crisp dialogue and breathlessly exciting incident. "The White Rider" is a thriller that is "different" right up to the strange whirlwind dénouement.
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