The Saint, newly back in London, is tipped by a friend in the Secret Service to a mystery involving one Bruno Lang, seemingly a Society card-sharp, but really involved in a plot to print and pass a million pounds worth of foreign currency. Also involved are various sinister characters; innocent victim Count Duni; the Saint's attractive admirer Penny Parker; and his old nemesis Inspector Teal. Written by
Rod Crawford <email@example.com>
He's at it again! Fiction's fighting man of mystery! Chasing down the most dramatic crime in London legend! Shock-charged drama--with a peppery bit of love on the side! You'll laugh--shiver--THRILL!
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Did You Know?
Penny misquotes from Edward FitzGerald's translation of a poem from the "Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam": "A Jug of Wine, a Loaf of Bread - and Thou Beside me [singing] in the Wilderness". See more
When the Saint surreptitiously enters the Lang estate he is carrying a flashlight. While rifling through the safe, it is obvious that the light beam doesn't match the movement of the flashlight in his hand. See more
[to Penny after she's been rescued
We're glad to have you back, aren't we, Dugan?
Dugan - Templar's Valet
Anything to break the monopoly. That's what I say.
Followed by The Saint's Double Trouble