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  • Call for The Saint – Leslie Charteris

    Call for The Saint – Leslie Charteris

    A 1951 edition published by Hodder & Stoughton, London. Octavo, 253 pages, a trifle marked otherwise a very good copy

    Two Saint tales … one in Chicago with the beautiful Monica and the King of the Beggars. The second in New York with the Masked Angel.

    $40.00 The Saint mixes it up with Angels and Beggars

    $40.00

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  • The Avenging Saint (Formerly called Knight Templar) – Leslie Charteris

    The Avenging Saint (Formerly called Knight Templar) – Leslie Charteris

    This reset edition published in 1953 by Hodder & Stoughton. Octavo, 192 pages, a trifle aged otherwise a very good copy

    The Saint sang a song, and found some of it true, and found a new use for toothpaste after dozing in Green Park.

    The Saint uses toothpaste

    $30.00

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  • The Saint Sees it Through – Leslie Charteris

    The Saint Sees it Through – Leslie Charteris

    A second impression published by Hodder and Stoughton in 1950. Octavo, 256 pages, slight ageing to page edges bar a very good copy in a super jacket designed by Jarvis.

    What goes on at Cookie’s Cellar? The saint has a night out; Zellermann used the telephone; Prather said little and Z said even less and much more.

    Best Saint starts at Cookie’s

    $50.00

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  • Oracles of Nostradamus – Edited by Charles Ward

    Oracles of Nostradamus – Edited by Charles Ward

    Published by The Modern Library in 1940. The original now scarce work was published in the 1890′s. Octavo, 366 pages including index. Apart from some creasing top of dust jacket a very good copy.

    Interesting – when you consider this edition published in 1940 – see front cover for reference to Hitler – have you had enough Nostradamus?

    Prediction, prediction, prediction ..

    $40.00

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  • Alias the Saint – Leslie Charteris

    Alias the Saint – Leslie Charteris

    A 1949 edition published by Hodder and Stoughton, London. Octavo, 192 pages, some ageing to page edges otherwise a very nice copy.

    A Trilogy of Saints … The Dead Man; The Impossible Crime and The National Debt. Importantly, we are told the “Villains” in this book are entirely imaginary! But not The Saint … more fun than Bond.

    The Saint just about Everywhere!

    $40.00

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  • My Great Aunt Appearing Day – John Prebble – First Edition 1958.

    My Great Aunt Appearing Day – John Prebble – First Edition 1958.

    A first edition published by Secker and Warburg in 1958. Octavo, 214 pages, nice dust jacket designed by Gordon Davey.

    Four short stories of which My Great Aunt Appearing Day is the lead and most astonishing. A true story … except that she was the writers Great Great Aunt … the title reflects the author’s father recounting of the history.

    Against the background of the famous treaty talks at Laramie with the Sioux and Cheyenne in the 1870’s, Josh Tanner wooed and won the native Indian girl Appearing Day. She was to end a long life in the quiet backwaters of an English country village.

    The authors Great (Great) Aunt was a Cheyenne beauty.

    $25.00

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