Related to: 'The Saint Steps In'

The absurd, irresistible Simon Templar lives on

Mulholland to reprint THE SAINT

The stories of The Saint – the most enduring of the Clubland Heroes of the 1920s – still prove as preposterous and readable as ever

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The Saint Sees It Through

Leslie Charteris
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Leslie Charteris
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Call for the Saint

Leslie Charteris
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Leslie Charteris
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Saint Errant

Leslie Charteris
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Leslie Charteris

The female of the species is supposed to be deadlier than the male... Simon Templar is about to find out if that's true. In this collection of stories, the Saint encounters nine fascinating women. Whether they need help, to be avenged, or to brought to justice, the Saint handles their cases with panache and in his usual gentlemanly style.

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The Happy Highwayman

Leslie Charteris
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Leslie Charteris
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The Saint in Miami

Leslie Charteris
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Leslie Charteris

The Saint and Patricia are looking forward to a relaxing holiday with friends in Miami - but when they arrive the house is empty and their friends gone. The plot thickens that evening when a tanker explodes off the coast and a dead British sailor washes up on the shore. Simon suspects a link between the explosion and the disappearance, particularly once shady millionaire Randolph March gets involved. But can there really be a Nazi spy ring operating out of Florida?

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The Saint Goes West

Leslie Charteris
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Leslie Charteris

In these three stories the Saint finds ways to get into his usual trouble. In Arizona, he contends with a Nazi scientist who wants to take over a ranch to mine the mercury underneath; in Palm Springs an alcoholic millionaire hires him as a bodyguard after a series of near-fatal accidents; and most terrifyingly of all, in Hollywood they try and make him a movie star. Death threats, screen tests and danger combine for a memorable journey into the American west.

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The Saint on Guard

Leslie Charteris
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Leslie Charteris

In these two wartime stories, the Saint finds himself on the side of the angels and up against Americans who are undermining the war effort for their own gain. In The Black Market, a shipment of iridium is stolen and the Saint hatches a scheme to recover the goods - but then one of his prime leads is murdered and he's framed for the crime. Soon after, in The Sizzling Saboteur, his attempt to find a man who has been sabotaging weapons factories is frustrated when his suspect turns up burnt to a crisp. Simon has to contend with the local police, a trio of mysterious men and a beautiful Russian while he tries to uncover the truth and bring the criminals to justice.

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Saint Overboard

Leslie Charteris
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Leslie Charteris
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The Saint in Action

Leslie Charteris
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Leslie Charteris
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The Saint Bids Diamonds

Leslie Charteris
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Leslie Charteris
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The Saint Plays with Fire

Leslie Charteris
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Leslie Charteris

When the Saint and Patricia spot a country house on fire they rush to help, but are too late to rescue one man trapped inside. The dead man's door was locked, and Simon concludes there's a murder to be answered for, despite the coroner ruling otherwise. He launches his own investigation - getting engaged along the way - and soon gets caught up with generals, financiers, and an assassination plot designed to start a war.Published on the verge of war in 1938, The Saint Plays with Fire is a striking condemnation of nationalism and the prejudices that both Charteris and the Saint despised.

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Follow the Saint

Leslie Charteris
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Leslie Charteris

In these three stories, everyone's favourite criminal follows his nose and finds yet more trouble.In The Miracle Tea Party, an attack on Inspector Teal leads Simon to discover a packet of Miracle Tea with truly miraculous properties. In The Invisible Millionaire the Saint and Hoppy agree to meet a woman with information on a major swindle - only to find her dead. And finally, in The Affair of Hogsbotham, Simon is irritated by the self-appointed guardian of the nation's morality Ebenezer Hogsbotham and decides to take him down a peg or two. But though he sets out for some light-hearted fun, he soon stumbles into the middle of a bank-robbing conspiracy...

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The Brighter Buccaneer

Leslie Charteris
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Leslie Charteris
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The Saint in London

Leslie Charteris
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Leslie Charteris

Three more stories of Saintly adventure show Simon Templar interpreting the law to his own advantage. In The Simon Templar Foundation, a poisonous legacy from his enemy Rayt Marius gives him the opportunity to make a great deal of money - if he can survive equally great danger. The Higher Finance puts him up against the police, a reclusive millionaire, and the wild beast that roams his mansion at night. And in The Art of Alibi, he faces the most impudent opponent of all: someone who is stealing his symbol, and committing crimes in his name.

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The Saint Intervenes

Leslie Charteris
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Leslie Charteris

In this collection of short stories, the Saint intervenes to teach a motley bag of criminals the error of their ways. Crooked financiers, bookies, fake inventors, dodgy bankers, dealers in pornography, unethical businessmen, murderers, thieves and liars - all will come to regret the day their actions caught the Saint's attention.

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The Saint Goes On

Leslie Charteris
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Leslie Charteris

In these three classic stories, the Saint investigates crimes that have left the police confounded. In The High Fence, he hunts down a villain who somehow manages to kill people just before they can reveal his identity; The Elusive Ellshaw sees him on the track of a man meant to have died a year before; and a letter calling for help sends him to a sleepy seaside pub disturbed by mysterious underground rumblings in The Case of the Frightened Innkeeper. One thing is sure: despite death threats, gunfire and kidnapping, the Saint will go on until his curiosity is satisfied.

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The Saint in New York

Leslie Charteris
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Leslie Charteris

In Prohibition-era New York, criminals rule the city: the gangsters do what they like, and pay the judges for the privilege; the few honest cops are helpless; and above them all the Big Fellow pulls the strings. With that many sinners, cleaning up the town will take a Saint...Simon Templar is a long way from home, and facing great danger from directions both expected and entirely unforeseen. But he promised to do the job; and a saint never goes back on his word.

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The Saint Versus Scotland Yard

Leslie Charteris
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Leslie Charteris

In these three stories, the Saint finds himself embroiled in further plots and facing new enemies. The Inland Revenue sees him up against the most unyielding opponent ever - the taxman. In The Million Pound Scandal, a good deed leads Simon to uncover a plot to undermine the Italian economy, and in The Melancholy Journey of Mr Teal the Saint's retirement plans are scuppered when a couple of murderous diamond smugglers object to his scheme of taking their loot for his pension.

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The Saint's Getaway

Leslie Charteris
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Leslie Charteris
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The Saint and Mr Teal

Leslie Charteris
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Leslie Charteris

Simon Templar is the Saint - daring, dazzling, and just a little disreputable. On the side of the law, but standing outside it, he dispenses his own brand of justice one criminal at a time.In Paris, a dying man claims his brother can make gold... a secret that men are prepared to kill for. In London, a small-time American criminal sets up a violent gang, only to learn that there are certain things the Saint will not put up with. And in the Scilly Isles, drug-smuggling, drugged beer and a damsel in distress combine to make for a most unusual holiday for Simon Templar. In these three stories, the Saint needs all his wits to survive - and to stay out of jail.