Trust The Saint

Trust The Saint Leslie Charteris Trust the Saint London Hodder and Stoughton First edition first printing Twelvemo pages Publisher s binding and dust jacket Six stories featuring Simon Templar

  • Title: Trust The Saint
  • Author: Leslie Charteris
  • ISBN: 9789997508331
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Leslie Charteris Trust the Saint London Hodder and Stoughton, 1962 First edition, first printing Twelvemo 188 pages Publisher s binding and dust jacket.Six stories featuring Simon Templar
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    • Bruce Blanchard says:

      The Saint Travels On And IntriguesMy own unadulterated aim is to read All of the Saint books written by Leslie Charteris every one of them in the order of their appearance. In the beginning was the Saint gang followed by Simon and friends, leading to the 2nd World War where he worked with the Allies. Released from the war, he has since then traveled the world where everybody knows his name, looking for his help or looking to frame him for whatever crime they can fit to his name of the Saint. The [...]

    • Steve Goble says:

      The Saint is definitely a wish-fulfillment character, a modern Robin Hood adventurer with his own moral code and an incredible skill set. This is pure escapist fiction, and the stories are loads of fun. There are many books in the series, mostly collections of short stories. The Saint skirts the law, and breaks it, but generally works against the Ungodly.I have read a lot of these books, and thankfully have a lot more to go. The earliest books are weaker, but the series improved with age. I foun [...]

    • Simon Mcleish says:

      Originally published on my blog here in October 2001.Six Saint stories from the early sixties, as the date approached the launch of the TV series. Indeed, the final story is one which I remember seeing Roger Moore in, memorable because it is a silly tale about the search for the Loch Ness Monster.Apart from this, Trust the Saint is one of the least memorable of all the collections of Saint stories. The tales are enjoyable enough when read, but quickly fade from the mind.

    • Steve says:

      Fun, but the writing style has not aged well, what with an often stilted and wordy narrative. As other reviewers have said, the last story, about Loch Ness, is pretty bad. A good plane or commute read nevertheless.

    • Doug Newdick says:

      I really love The Saint, and this collection has all of the key characteristics without really shining.

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