CAPTURE THE SAINT — WHAT A BARGAIN!

I recently found this amazing bargain for my book, Capture the Saint, offered by Peter Dunn at www.simontemplar.info

I wish I could afford it! Capture_the_saint
Collector’s edition. A much nicer edition than the standard one, which had a few computer-generated typos. This is number 26 of 600 copies signed by the author. This book is in mint unread condition. There is a tiny crease at the bottom right of the cover, too small to show here. This book is now becoming very hard to acquire and very expensive.


$245 USD for CAPTURE THE SAINT

Capture The Saint by Burl Barer

Capture the Saint is subtitled The Saint in Seattle. He meets the now grown-up Viola Inselheim, whom he rescued as a 6-year-old in New York. Fans will spot the titles of favourite Leslie Charteris Saint books cropping up throughout the story.
This book was published by The Saint Club 1977.

It is not available on Amazon UK

Contents: How Simon Templar Spoke of Skiffs, and Salvadore Alisdare became Agitated
How Simon Templar Sang on Broadway, and Diamond Tremayne Passed her Audition
How Viola Berkman Searched for Herring and Salvadore Alisdare Battled a Doorknob
How Duvall became Illuminated, and Milo was Unforgiving
How Simon Templar Entered an Elevator, and Little Buzzy Consumed Cauliflower
How Barney Malone did a Dance, and Simon Templar Became Inspired

2 Responses to “CAPTURE THE SAINT — WHAT A BARGAIN!”

  1. Randy Johnson

    Is it ever going to become available in an affordable paperback? Maybe if the new pilot sells and the series becomes successful, eh?

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  2. Burl Barer

    Actually, it may be available via the Authors Guild “back in print” program where they reprint books that are out of print and to which the authors have the rights. Don’t worry, I’ll keep everyone posted

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