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Bibliography of Leslie Charteris


The Saint Books

1-B17 The Saint Meets The Tiger (Meet-The Tiger!)

First hardcover publishing in England was by Ward Lock in 1928, as Meet-The Tiger! A condensed version appeared on Sep 4, 1928 in The Sunday Dispatch (London) as Scoundrels Ltd. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1929, as Meet-The Tiger! Published anonymously in England by Boys Friend Library as Crooked Gold in 1929. Title changed in the U.S.A. to Meet-The Tiger! The Saint in Danger by Sun Dial Press in 1940. First titled The Saint Meets The Tiger by Bond-Charteris Enterprises (U.S.A.) in 1945. Digit Books of England used the title, The Saint Meets The Tiger in a 1963 paperback reprint.

2-B16 The Saint Closes the Case (The Last Hero)

Serialized in Thriller (England) as The Creeping Death and Sudden Death in 1929. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1930, as The Last Hero. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1931, as The Last Hero. Title changed in the U.S.A. to The Saint Closes the Case by Sun Dial Press in 1941. Title changed in England to The Saint Closes the Case by Hodder and Stoughton in 1950. Printed by Avon in the U.S.A. in 1953 as The Saint and the Last Hero.

3-B8 Enter The Saint

First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1930. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1931. Includes:
  • The Man who was Clever
  • The Policeman with Wings
  • The Lawless Lady

4-B15 The Avenging Saint (Knight Templar)

First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1930, as Knight Templar. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1931, as The Avenging Saint. Title changed to The Avenging Saint in England by Pan Books in their 1949 paperback edition.

5-B9 Featuring The Saint

First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1931. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1931 as part of Wanted for Murder. Includes:
  • The Logical Adventure
  • The Wonderful War
  • The Man who could not Die

6-B2 Alias The Saint

First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1931. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1931 as part of Wanted for Murder. Includes:
  • The Story of a Dead Man
  • The Impossible Crime
  • The National Debt

7-B36 The Saint Meets His Match (She was a Lady) (Angels of Doom)

Published in 1930 by Thriller (U.K.) in 3 parts, Number One, The Second Victim, and The Third Victim. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1931, as She Was a Lady. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1932 as Angels of Doom. Title changed by Sun Dial (U.S.A.) to Angels of Doom: The Saint Meets His Match in 1941. Title changed by Triangle (U.S.A.) to The Saint Meets His Match in 1944. Title changed to The Saint Meets His Match in England by Hodder and Stougton in 1950.

8-B13 The Saint versus Scotland Yard (The Holy Terror)

First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1932, as The Holy Terror. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1932 as The Saint vs. Scotland Yard. Title changed to The Saint vs. Scotland Yard in 1949 by Pan Books of England. Includes:
  • The Inland Revenue
  • The Million Pound Day
  • The Melancholy Journey of Mr. Teal

9-B11 The Saint's Getaway (Getaway)

In 1932, Thriller ran two version of this story as The Property of the Deceased, and Two Men from Munich. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1932, as Getaway. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1933 as Getaway: The New Saint Mystery. Title changed to The Saint's Getway in the U.S.A. by Sun Dial Press in 1943. Title changed to The Saint's Getway in England by Hodder and Stoughton in 1950.

10-B19 The Saint and Mr. Teal (Once more The Saint)

First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1933, as Once More the Saint. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1933 as The Saint and Mr. Teal. Title changed to The Saint and Mr. Teal in England by Hodder and Stoughton in 1950. Includes:
  • Part one: The Gold Standard
  • Part two: The Man from St. Louis
  • Part three: The Death Penalty

11-B5 The Brighter Buccaneer

First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1933. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1933. Includes:
  • The Brain Workers
  • The Export Trade
  • The Tough Egg
  • The Bad Baron
  • The Brass Buddha
  • The Perfect Crime
  • The Unpopular Landlord
  • The New Swindle
  • The Five Thousand Pound Kiss
  • The Blind Spot
  • The Unusual Ending
  • The Unblemished Bootlegger
  • The Appalling Politician
  • The Owner's Handicap
  • The Green Goods Man

12-B18 The Saint In London (The Misfortunes of Mr. Teal) (The Saint in England)

First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1934, as The Misfortunes of Mr. Teal. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1934, as The Misfortunes of Mr. Teal. Title changed to The Saint in England in the U.S.A. by Sun Dial Press in 1941. Title changed to The Saint in London by Hodder and Stoughton (England) in 1952. Includes:
  • The Simon Templar Foundation
  • The Higher Finance
  • The Art of Alibi

13-B4 The Saint Intervenes (Boodle)

First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1934, as Boodle. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1934, as The Saint Intervenes. Includes:
  • The Ingenuous Colonel
  • The Unfortunate Financier
  • The Newdick Helicopter
  • The Prince of Cherkessia
  • The Treasure of Turk's Lane
  • The Sleepless Knight
  • The Uncritical Publisher (NOTE: this story was not included in British editions)
  • The Noble Sportsman
  • The Damsel in Distress
  • The Loving Brothers
  • The Tall Timber
  • The Art Photographer
  • The Man who Liked Toys
  • The Mixture as Before

14-B23 The Saint Goes on

First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1934. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1935. Includes:
  • The High Fence
  • The Elusive Ellshaw
  • The Case of the Frightened Innkeeper

15-B27 The Saint in New York

First appeared in the Sept 1934 issue of American Magazine. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1935. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1935. First hardcover publishing in Canada was by Musson in 1935.

16-B31 Saint Overboard (The Pirate Saint)

First appeared in the November 1935 issue of American Magazine, as The Pirate Saint. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder & Stoughton in 1936, as Saint Overboard. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1936, as Saint Overboard. First hardcover publishing in Canada was by Musson in 1936, as Saint Overboard.

17-B1 The Ace of Knaves (The Saint in Action)

First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1937, as The Ace of Knaves. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1937, as The Ace of Knaves. In 1947 Avon Books of the U.S.A. titled this book, The Saint in Action. Includes:
  • The Spanish War
  • The Unlicensed Victuallers
  • The Beauty Specialist

18-B39 The Saint Bids Diamonds (Thieves' Picnic) (The Saint at the Thieves' Picnic)

American Magazine published an edited version of this story in 1937, as Thieves' Picnic. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1937, as Thieves' Picnic. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1937, as Thieves' Picnic. Triangle Books of the U.S.A. changed the title to The Saint Bids Diamonds in 1942. The Saint Bids Diamonds became Hodder and Stoughton's title in 1950. The 1980 Charter edition was called The Saint at the Thieves' Picnic.

19-B20 The Saint Plays With Fire (Prelude for War)

First published in the May 1938 issue Cosmopolitan Magazine (U.S.A.) as Prelude for War. Serialized in Answers Magazine (UK) in 1938, as The Saint and the Sinners. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1938, as Prelude for War. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1938, as Prelude for War. Triangle Books of the U.S.A. changed the title to The Saint Plays With Fire in 1942. Hodder and Stoughton changed the title to The Saint Plays With Fire in 1951.

20-B10 Follow The Saint

First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1938. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1939. First hardcover publishing in Canada was by Musson in 1939. Includes:
  • The Miracle Tea Party
  • The Invisible Millionaire
  • The Affair of Hogsbotham

21-B12 The Happy Highwayman

First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1939. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1939. First hardcover publishing in Canada was by Musson in 1939. Includes:
  • The Man who was Lucky
  • The Smart Detective
  • The Wicked Cousin
  • The Well-Meaning Mayor
  • The Benevolent Burglary
  • The Star Producers
  • The Charitable Countess
  • The Mug's Game
  • The Man who Liked Ants

22-B26 The Saint in Miami

First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1940. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1941. First hardcover publishing in Canada was by Musson in 1941.

23-B24 The Saint Goes West

First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1942. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1942. First hardcover publishing in Canada was by Musson in 1942. Includes:
  • Arizona
  • Palm Springs
  • Hollywood

24-B33 The Saint Steps In

First published in four parts starting with Nov 7, 1942 issue Liberty Magazine of the U.S.A. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1943. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1944. First hardcover publishing in Canada was by Musson in 1944.

25-B29 The Saint on Guard

First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1944. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1945. First hardcover publishing in Canada was by Musson in 1945. Includes:
  • The Black Market
  • The Sizzling Saboteur

26-B32 The Saint Sees it Through

First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1946. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1947. First hardcover publishing in Canada was by Musson in 1947.

27-B6 Call for The Saint

First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1948. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1948. Includes:
  • The King of The Beggars
  • The Masked Angel

28-B22 Saint Errant

First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1948. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1949. Includes:
  • Judith aka The Naughty Niece
  • Iris aka The Old Routine
  • Lida aka The Foolish Frail
  • Jeannine aka The Lovely Sinner
  • Lucia aka The Homecoming of Amadeo Urselli
  • Teresa aka The Uncertain Widow
  • Luella aka The Saint and the Double Badger
  • Emily aka The Doodlebug
  • Dawn aka The Darker Drink

29-B25 The Saint In Europe

First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1953. First hardcover publishing in Canada was by Doubleday (Toronto) in 1953. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1954. Includes:
  • Paris: The Covetous Headsman
  • Amsterdam: The Angel's Eye
  • The Rhine: The Rhine Maiden
  • Tirol: The Golden Journey
  • Lucerne: The Loaded Tourist
  • Jaun-Les-Pins: The Spanish Cow
  • Rome: The Latin Touch

30-B30 The Saint on the Spanish Main

First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1955. First hardcover publishing in Canada was by Doubleday (Toronto) in 1955. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1955. Includes:
  • Bimini: The Effete Angler
  • Nassau: The Arrow of God
  • Jamaica: The Black Commissar aka The Man from Moscow
  • Puerto Rico: The Unkind Philanthropist
  • The Virgin Islands: The Old Treasure Story
  • Haiti: The Questing Tycoon

31-B21 The Saint Around The World

First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1956. First hardcover publishing in Canada was by Doubleday (Toronto) in 1956. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1957. Includes:
  • Bermuda: The Patient Playboy
  • England: The Talented Husband
  • France: The Reluctant Nudist
  • Middle East: The Lovelorn Sheik
  • Malaya: The Pluperfect Lady
  • Vancouver: The Sporting Chance

32-B38 Thanks to The Saint

First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1957. First hardcover publishing in Canada was by Doubleday (Toronto) in 1957. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1958. Includes:
  • The Bunco Artists
  • The Happy Suicide
  • The Good Medicine
  • The Unescapable Word
  • The Perfect Sucker
  • The Careful Terrorist

33-B35 Señor Saint

First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1958. First hardcover publishing in Canada was by Doubleday (Toronto) in 1958. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1959. Includes:
  • The Pearls of Peace
  • The Revolution Racket
  • The Romantic Matron
  • The Golden Frog

34-B34 The Saint to the Rescue

First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1959. First hardcover publishing in Canada was by Doubleday (Toronto) in 1959. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1961. Includes:
  • The Ever-Loving Spouse
  • The Fruitful Land
  • The Percentage Player
  • The Water Merchant
  • The Gentle Ladies
  • The Element of Doubt

35-B40 Trust The Saint

First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1962. First hardcover publishing in Canada was by Doubleday (Toronto) in 1962. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1962. Includes:
  • The Helpful Pirate
  • The Bigger Game
  • The Cleaner Cure
  • The Intemperate Reformer
  • The Uncured Ham
  • The Convenient Monster

36-B28 The Saint in the Sun

First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1963. First hardcover publishing in Canada was by Doubleday (Toronto) in 1963. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1964. Includes:
  • Cannes: The Better Mousetrap
  • St. Tropez: The Ugly Impresario
  • England: The Prodigal Miser
  • Nassau: The Fast Women
  • Florida: The Jolly Undertaker
  • Lucerne: The Russian Prisoner
  • Provence: The Hopeless Heiress

37-B41 Vendetta For The Saint

by Harry Harrison and Leslie Charteris. First published in four parts starting with the May 1964 issue of The Saint Mystery Magazine. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1964. First hardcover publishing in Canada was by Doubleday (Toronto) in 1964. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1965.

38-BX The Saint on TV

by Fleming Lee and John Kruse First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1968. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1968. Includes:
  • The Death Game by Fleming Lee and John Kruse
  • The Power Artist by Fleming Lee and John Kruse

39-BX The Saint Returns

by Fleming Lee, D.R. Motton, Leigh Vance, and John Kruse. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1968. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1969. Includes:
  • The Dizzy Daughter by Fleming Lee, D.R.Motton and Leigh Vance
  • The Gadget Lovers by Fleming Lee and John Kruse

40-BX The Saint and the Fiction-Makers

by Fleming Lee and John Kruse. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1968. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1969.

41-BX The Saint Abroad

by Fleming Lee and Michael Pertwee. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1969. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1970. Includes:
  • The Art Collectors by Fleming Lee and Michael Pertwee
  • The Persistent Patriots by Fleming Lee and Michael Pertwee

42-BX The Saint in Pursuit

by Fleming Lee and Leslie Charteris. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1970. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1970.

43-BX The Saint and the People Importers

by Fleming Lee and Leslie Charteris. First published in England by Hodder Paperbacks in 1971. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1972. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder & Stoughton in 1973.

44-BX Catch The Saint

by Fleming Lee and Norman Worker. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1975. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1975. Includes:
  • The Masterpiece Merchant by Fleming Lee and Norman Worker
  • The Adoring Socialite by Fleming Lee and Norman Worker

45-BX The Saint and the Hapsburg Necklace

by Christopher Short. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1976. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder & Stoughton in 1976.

46-BX Send for the Saint

by Peter Bloxsom, John Kruse, and Donald James. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1977. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1978. Includes:
  • The Midas Double by Peter Bloxsom and John Kruse
  • The Pawn Gambit by Peter Bloxsom and Donald James

47-BX The Saint in Trouble

by Graham Weaver, John Kruse, and Terence Feely. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1978. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1979. Includes:
  • The Imprudent Professor by Graham Weaver and Terence Feely
  • The Red Sabbath by Graham Weaver and John Kruse

48-BX The Saint and the Templar Treasure

by Graham Weaver and Donne Avenell. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1979. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1979.

49-BX Count on The Saint

by Graham Weaver and Donne Avenell. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1980. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1980. Includes:
  • The Pastors' Problem by Graham Weaver and Donne Avenell
  • The Unsaintly Santa by Graham Weaver and Donne Avenell

50-BX Salvage for The Saint

by Peter Bloxsom and John Kruse. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1983. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1983.

51-BX The Saint (movie novelization)

by Burl Barer and Jonathan Hensleigh. First paperback publishing in the U.S.A. was by Pocket Books in March 1997. First paperback publishing in England was by Pocket Books in April 1997.

52-BX Capture The Saint

by Burl Barer. First published in trade paperback form by The Saint Club in October 1997.


Short Story Omnibus Collections of The Saint

All of the following books are omnibus collections of short stories and novellas previously published.

C1-BX The Saint Wanted for Murder (Wanted for Murder)

First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1931, as Wanted for Murder. Title changed to The Saint Wanted for Murder by Sun Dial Press in 1943. Includes:
  • The Story of a Dead Man
  • The Impossible Crime
  • The National Debt
  • The Logical Adventure
  • The Wonderful War
  • The Man who could not Die

C2-BX The First Saint Omnibus (Arrest The Saint)

First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1939, as The First Saint Omnibus. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1939, as The First Saint Omnibus. Published as Arrest The Saint in 1951 by PermaBooks in the U.S.A. Includes:
  • The Man who was Clever
  • The Wonderful War
  • The Story of a Dead Man
  • The Unblemished Bootlegger
  • The Appalling Politician
  • The Million Pound Day
  • The Death Penalty
  • The Simon Templar Foundation
  • The Unfortunate Financier
  • The Sleepless Knight
  • The High Fence
  • The Unlicensed Victuallers
  • The Affair of Hogsbotham

C3-BX The Saint Two in One

Published in 1942 by Sun Dial Press in the U.S.A. Includes:
  • The Spanish War
  • The Unlicensed Victuallers
  • The Beauty Specialist
  • The Man who was Lucky
  • The Smart Detective
  • The Well-Meaning Mayor
  • The Wicked Cousin
  • The Benevolent Burglary
  • The Star Producers
  • The Charitable Countess
  • The Mug's Game
  • The Man who Liked Ants

C4-BX The Saint At Large

Published in 1943 by Sun Dial Press in the U.S.A. Includes:
  • The Export Trade
  • The Owner's Handicap
  • The Perfect Crime
  • The Unpopular Landlord
  • The Five Thousand Pound Kiss
  • The Unfortunate Financier
  • The Prince of Cherkessia
  • The Treasure of Turk's Lane
  • The Uncritical Publisher
  • The Man who Liked Toys
  • The Wicked Cousin
  • The Charitable Countess
  • The Mug's Game
  • The Man who Liked Ants

C5-BX Paging The Saint

Published in 1945 by Jacobs Publishing in the U.S.A. Paperback, no known reprints. Includes:
  • The Man who could not Die
  • The Story of a Dead Man

C6-BX The Second Saint Omnibus

First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1951. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1952. Includes:
  • The Star Producers
  • The Wicked Cousin
  • The Man who Liked Ants
  • Palm Springs
  • The Sizzling Saboteur
  • The Masked Angel
  • Judith aka The Naughty Niece
  • Jeannine aka The Lovely Sinner
  • Teresa aka The Uncertain Widow
  • Dawn aka The Darker Drink

C7-BX Concerning The Saint

Published in 1958 by Avon in paperback form, no known reprints--U.S.A. only. Includes:
  • The Spanish War
  • The Elusive Ellshaw

C8-BX The Saint Cleans Up

Published in 1959 by Avon in paperback form, no known reprints--U.S.A. only. Includes:
  • The Green Goods Man
  • The Charitable Countess
  • The Mug's Game
  • The Unkind Philanthropist
  • The Arrow of God

C9-BX The Saint's Choice (The Saint Magazine Reader)

First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1966, as The Saint Magazine Reader. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1967, as The Saint's Choice. Includes:
  • Foreword by Leslie Charteris
  • Editorial from The Saint Mystery Magazine-Mar 1963 by Leslie Charteris
  • Something in the Air by David Alexander
  • Toast to Victory by Lawrence G. Blochman
  • Nine-Finger Jack by Anthony Boucher
  • The Man who ate Oysters by Wenzell Brown
  • A Man's Foes by Pearl S. Buck
  • · The Proverbial Murderer John Dickson Carr (Saint's Choice only)
  • The Arrow of God by Leslie Charteris
  • The Liar by William Faulkner
  • Bed-Time Story by Robert L. Fish
  • · The Blue Scarab by R. Austin Freeman (Magazine Reader only)
  • The Wolfram Hunters by Edward D. Hoch
  • The Humming Bird by William Irish
  • Webster and the Wienerwalz by Veronica Parker Johns
  • Jose Gaspar and the Princess by Baynard Kendrick
  • Muted Hunger by Judith Merril
  • Wriggle Room only by Arthur Moore
  • · The Left Pass by Edgar Wallace (Saint's Choice only)

C10-BX Saints Alive

First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1974. Includes:
  • The Impossible Crime
  • The Melancholy Journey of Mr. Teal
  • The Higher Finance
  • The Invisible Millionaire
  • The Black Market
  • The Man from St. Louis

C11-BX The Saint: Good as Gold

First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Ellery Queen Mystery Club around 1979. Includes:
  • The Imprudent Professor by Graham Weaver and Terence Feely
  • The Red Sabbath by Graham Weaver and John Kruse
  • The Midas Double by Peter Bloxsom and John Kruse
  • The Pawn Gambit by Peter Bloxsom and Donald James

C12-BX The Fantastic Saint

First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1982. First hardcover publishing in England was by Hodder and Stoughton in 1982. Includes:
  • The Gold Standard
  • The Newdick Helicopter
  • The Man who Liked Ants
  • The Questing Tycoon
  • The Darker Drink aka Dawn
  • The Convenient Monster

C13-BX The Saint: Five Complete Novels

First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by Avenel Books in 1983. No known reprints. Includes:
  • The Man who was Clever
  • The Lawless Lady
  • The Saint Closes the Case (Novel: 2-B16)
  • The Avenging Saint (Novel: 4-B15)
  • The Inland Revenue
  • The Million Pound Day
  • The Melancholy Journey of Mr. Teal


Non-Saint Writings by Leslie Charteris

Other novels and short stories that were written by Leslie Charteris

Pearls in the Pacific (possible title)

Short story, published in 1923 in one of the Hutchinson's group of magazines in England.

One Crowded Hour

Short story, published in the Jan 1925 issue Hutchinson's Sovereign Magazine in England. Traced by W.O.G. Lofts.

B43 X Esquire

First hardcover publishing in England was by Ward Lock in 1927.

Bright Young People

Short story, published in the Jan 1928 issue of Pall Mall Magazine in England. Traced by W.O.G. Lofts.

B42 The White Rider

First hardcover publishing in England was by Ward Lock in 1928. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1930.

The Man who was Arrogant

Short story, published in the July 1928 issue Pall Mall Magazine in England. Traced by W.O.G. Lofts.

B7 Daredevil

First hardcover publishing in England was by Ward Lock in 1929. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1929.

B3 The Bandit (The Black Cat)

Serialized in the Empire News in England as The Black Cat starting in May 1929. First hardcover publishing in England was by Ward Lock in 1929, as The Bandit. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by The Crime Club in 1930, as The Bandit.

Ghost Story

A very short story that appeared on Dec 22, 1931 in The Daily Express (London). Traced by W.O.G. Lofts.

B14 Juan Belmonte, Killer of Bulls

A shortened version appeared in the Feb 1937 issue of The Atlantic Monthly (Boston) in the U.S.A. First hardcover publishing in England was by Heinemann in 1937. First hardcover publishing in the U.S.A. was by Doubleday in 1937. First hardcover publishing in Canada was by Doubleday (Toronto) in 1937.

Lady on a Train

Novelette, published in 1945 by the Shaw Press in paperback form, U.S.A. only. No known reprints.

The Human Torch

Short story, published in 1945 as one of the stories in The Saint's Choice of True Crime (Vol. 3)

Murder by Television

Short story, published in the U.S.A. in the magazine, Screen Guide, somewhere around 1946.

The Sin of Brother Clarence

Short story, published in the U.S.A. in the magazine, True Police Cases, in Nov 1947.

Hans Schmidt--Minister of Murder

Short story, published in the U.S.A. in the magazine, True Police Cases, in Dec 1947.

Dual Life of the Reverend Wilson

Short story, published in the U.S.A. in the magazine, True Police Cases, in Jan 1948.

Steven Berrie--The Amorous Psalm Singer

Short story, published in the U.S.A. in the magazine, True Police Cases, in Feb 1948.

Reverend Hinshaw--A Saintly Devil

Short story, published in the U.S.A. in the magazine, True Police Cases, in Mar 1948.

Phil, The Fumbling 'Saint'

Short story, published in the U.S.A. in the magazine, True Police Cases, in May 1950.

How I Unmade History

Article, first published in the May 1951 issue of Caravan Magazine in the U.S.A.

Fish Story

Short story, first published in the Nov 1953 issue of Bluebook Magazine (U.S.A.) as Fish Story. Published in the Dec 1964 issue of The Saint Mystery Magazine (U.S.A.) as The Man Who Looked at Fish. Published in the Feb 1965 issue of The Saint Mystery Magazine (British) as The Man Who Looked at Fish.

The Corpse in the Belfry

Short story, published in 1954 as one of the stories in the book, My Favorite True Mystery (U.S.A.)

The Red Fox of the Cumberlands

Short story, published in the Oct 1955 issue of The Saint Detective Magazine (U.S.A.)

That's Arson, Parson

Short story, published in the May 1956 issue of The Saint Detective Magazine (U.S.A.)

I am a Reformed Wine Snob

Article, published in the July 1956 issue of Gourmet Magazine (U.S.A.) Published in the Summer 1956 newsletter, News From the Vineyards in the U.S.A.

I'd Rather Fly

Article, published on Mar 13, 1961 in The Times newspaper of London, England.

B37 Spanish For Fun

Only published by Hodder and Stoughton in paperback form, 1964.

How I Created a Saint

Article, published in two parts starting with the Jun 12, 1965 issue of Woman's Mirror Daily (British)

The James Bond Phenomenon

Short story, published in the Dec 1965 issue of Diplomat (U.S.A.) Published in the March 1966 issue of The Saint Mystery Magazine (British)

Recommending the Two-Carr Library

Short story, published in the Nov 1966 issue of The Saint Mystery Magazine (British)

Paleneo: A Universal Sign Language

First published in England by Hodder and Stoughton in 1972. Paperback only. Was reprinted in 1992, with copies available exclusively through
The Saint Club.


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