The Saint In England

The Saint In England Contains stories The Simon Templar FoundationThe Higher FinanceThe Art of Alibi I know that all the men you ve robbed and killed Claude Eustace Teal said they ve all deserve it in a way But I also

  • Title: The Saint In England
  • Author: Leslie Charteris
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 254
  • Format: Paperback
  • Contains 3 stories The Simon Templar FoundationThe Higher FinanceThe Art of Alibi I know that all the men you ve robbed and killed, Claude Eustace Teal said, they ve all deserve it in a way But I also know that, technically, you re the most dangerous and persistent criminal outside of prison I m a police officer and my job is technicalities Fortunately the SaintContains 3 stories The Simon Templar FoundationThe Higher FinanceThe Art of Alibi I know that all the men you ve robbed and killed, Claude Eustace Teal said, they ve all deserve it in a way But I also know that, technically, you re the most dangerous and persistent criminal outside of prison I m a police officer and my job is technicalities Fortunately the Saint was never one for red tape Trouble was his vocation, and troubles never come singly In three exciting adventures Simon Templar keeps at least two steps ahead of the law

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    1. Another Triple ThreatSomewhat older and wise, though still the same Devil-may-care Saint takes up the banner for three more adventures that will plague his favorite Chief Inspector of Scotland Yard, Claude Eustace Teal. Though he may occasionally think Claude is a bit of a plodder when it comes to detective work, he clearly thinks of him as being more than several cuts above the rest of Scotland Yard's detectives. Even when his alibi for a murder is having a meal with Caude Eustace, himself, the [...]

    2. I always enjoyed the old TV show based on the book. This book is set in the 1930s. The book was a nice little pulp fiction read. The Saint seems to be more of cad than in the TV series. The book consists of three short stories with a common adversary across all three stories. The last story "the Artof the Alibi" was the most over the top and my favorite. It reminded me of a Dirk Pitt story.

    3. Originally published on my blog here in May 2000.Another Saint book containing three stories of his adventures, and another Saint book whose original title fits its contents far better than the later on - the action may all take place in Southern England, but most of it is in fact outside London. (I suppose The Saint in the Home Counties would have sounded silly.) These stories mark something of a change in the Saint saga; at their beginning, he is returning from the States. The American influen [...]

    4. An early collection of three Simon Templar novellas. In my later 1960s edition, the writer explains in the intro that things were very different in the 1930s setting, perhaps in the light of readers of his more recent novels being created as a result of the Roger Moore adaptation. Whatever the reason, I found the 1930s setting very enjoyable and at times atmospheric. For example, The Saint gains a very dim New York Hoodlum as a team member, with a cardboard personality straight out of a George R [...]

    5. A Little Black Book, Forgery, & ReputationThe villains of Leslie Charteris' know the Saint to be Simon Templar. One plays a game. The second is power mad and the third is stupid enough to place personal blame on him. In the center of this is Simon and Claud Eustace Teal.The first is The Simon Templar Foundation where Rayt Markus bequeath a little black book with names, dates, and monies. Five individuals are out to stop the Saint.#2 is The Higher Finance where the villain wants the services [...]

    6. Continuing my newly re-found interest in the The Saint series with what is generally considered the switching-point between the earlier more-British books and the later, with their more-American character. It also sees the first introduction of Hoppy Uniatz as Templar's sidekick. Of the three stories within, the first “The Simon Templar Foundation” is by far the best, with Templar engaging in some high-level blackmail, and leading Teal along by the nose the whole way. “The Higher Finance [...]

    7. I love the Saint books - all of them. Marvellously purple-prose descriptions of every character. I like the forward to the 1964 paperback edition, pointing out that life back in the '30s was not like it is now, so don't expect modern appliances and so forth! Ha ha. Some people really need to be told that - and they vote, too.

    8. These stories are ridiculously fun, and it is easy to see how The Saint could have paved the way for the just-on-the-right-side-of-the-law James Bond. By the way, if you had the misfortune of seeing the movie The Saint starring Val Kilmer, put that right out of your mind because these stories and that movie are in no way related.

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