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Bulldog Drummond and the Black Gang
     

Bulldog Drummond and the Black Gang

by Sapper
 
BULLDOG DRUMMOND AND THE BLACK GANG includes two 'Bulldog Drummond' thrillers by Herman Cyril McNeile, who wrote as 'Sapper.'

In BULLDOG DRUMMOND, Hugh "Bulldog" Drummond, wealthy former officer of the Loamshire Regiment, dashing and strong (but not particularly handsome), places an advertisement in THE TIMES expressing his desire for an adventure -- which

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BULLDOG DRUMMOND AND THE BLACK GANG includes two 'Bulldog Drummond' thrillers by Herman Cyril McNeile, who wrote as 'Sapper.'

In BULLDOG DRUMMOND, Hugh "Bulldog" Drummond, wealthy former officer of the Loamshire Regiment, dashing and strong (but not particularly handsome), places an advertisement in THE TIMES expressing his desire for an adventure -- which arrives in the form of a reply from a young woman concerned for her father. Blackmailers, communist conspiracy, and foreign paymasters of the arch-villain Carl Peterson are encountered and lead to more adventure than Drummond ever dreamed of!

In THE BLACK GANG, even though the Great War is over it seems that the hostilities are not, and when Captain Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond discovers that bribery and blackmail is undermining England's democratic tradition, he forms the Black Gang to track down the perpetrators of such plots.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940149267705
Publisher:
Halcyon Press Ltd.
Publication date:
05/20/2014
Series:
Halcyon Classics , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
367 KB

Meet the Author

Herman Cyril McNeile (1888-1937) was a British author and World War I veteran who wrote under the pen name 'Sapper.' His fictional sleuth, Bulldog Drummond, was one of the most popular of the interwar period in Britain. Sapper wrote ten Bulldog Drummond novels, and enjoyed considerable success with a number of short story collections focusing on World War I. He died of throat cancer in 1937, possibly as a result of being gassed in World War I.

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