De Saint en de Z-man

De Saint en de Z-man By Leslie Charteris Eva Raedt de Canter, De Saint en de Z man Deze herdruk van het eerder in gebonden vorm verschenen verhaal De Z man zal voor de vele Saint liefhebbers een aangename verrassing zijn Temeer daar het n van de beste verhalen over de onvermoeibare
  • Title: De Saint en de Z-man
  • Author: Leslie Charteris Eva Raedt de Canter
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  • Page: 247
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • De Saint en de Z-man By Leslie Charteris Eva Raedt de Canter, Deze herdruk van het eerder in gebonden vorm verschenen verhaal De Z man zal voor de vele Saint liefhebbers een aangename verrassing zijn Temeer daar het n van de beste verhalen over de onvermoeibare Saint betreft Hij staat in dit verhaal overigens niet alleen voor de moeilijke opgave de reden en de dader van een moord te vinden, zijn z beminnelijke vriendin PatriciaDeze herdruk van het eerder in gebonden vorm verschenen verhaal De Z man zal voor de vele Saint liefhebbers een aangename verrassing zijn Temeer daar het n van de beste verhalen over de onvermoeibare Saint betreft Hij staat in dit verhaal overigens niet alleen voor de moeilijke opgave de reden en de dader van een moord te vinden, zijn z beminnelijke vriendin Patricia Holm staat hem met raad en daad ter zijde, en hoewel de Saint zeker in staat zou zijn geweest de zaak alleen uit te zoeken, is de hulp van de bevallige Patricia hem zeer welkom.
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    1. Leslie Charteris Eva Raedt de Canter

      Born Leslie Charles Bowyer Yin, Leslie Charteris was a half Chinese, half English author of primarily mystery fiction, as well as a screenwriter He was best known for his many books chronicling the adventures of Simon Templar, alias The Saint.

    829 thoughts on “De Saint en de Z-man”

    1. The first two stories on display here are some of the finest Saint tales I ve come across We re often told how hard and terrifying Simon Templar is, but here we actually see it It is of course wrapped together in that angelic charm of his, but the result remains genuinely unnerving The third isn t of their quality, but this is still a damned fine collection and one definitely recommended for neophytes and fans alike.As usual, I ve reviewed each story as I ve come to it The Spanish War In the cou [...]


    2. As good as the other Saint books, but I think I need to give Simon a rest for a while Saint fatigue is becoming an issue thanks to the sheer number of volumes.



    3. Originally published on my blog here in August 2000.The first of this collection of three novella length Saint stories is closely connected to the events of the time when it was written The Spanish War is about the ways in which the Fascist supported rebels in the Spanish Civil War who were the eventual victors tried to raise funds, handicapped by the fact that the government controlled the country s gold reserves In this case, they have enlisted a forger to copy bearer bonds, until a young man [...]


    4. Forgers, Smugglers, and Blackmailers Oh, MySimon Templar, the Saint, certainly has his choice of criminals to pick on and make life all the adventurous and worthwhile The Saint abhors boredom and looks for life to give him his thrills They can come from anywhere In the case of forgery, a young man looking to collect an old debt opens up a world of politics, murder, and a forgery scheme with Claud Eustace Teal looking to burn his tail.good luck In the case of smugglers seeking to avoid England s [...]


    5. A jolly piece of 1930s period pulp Having heard of The Saint, these stories had a certain curiosity value They proved entertaining, broadly written and quite unsubtle, but then, subtlety was hardly high on the list for this crime and derring do genre More curiosity than classic, but well worth a look for the crime writer wondering what the male alternative to Agatha Christie and her fellow female crime writers Marsh, Allingham, Tey, Sayers, Heyer, etc was The style and accessibility, if not quit [...]


    6. Still funny and capable of making me smile, even after so many years.I keep seeing Ian Ogilvy in his role as The Saint, as I m a bit too young to remember Roger Moore in this same role Click here for a Dutch text.


    7. The first story in this set of three was absolutely hilarious One of the better short stories of Charteris I ve read O, I do love Simon.



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