BILLY BUNTER'S BODYGUARD
by Frank Richards
Illustrated by C.H. Chapman
Published by Cassell & Company Ltd. 1st. 1962
Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Blue boards, black titles. Colour frontis. B/w illustrations. 218 pages.
Odd fox spot to spine. Pale page browning to endpapers and foxing to endpapers/page edges. Dustwrapper is foxed on verso, very slightly edge rubbed and a little grubby on rear panel and spine.
Stock no. 1504496
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- The mile between Greyfriars and the theatre at Courtfield was a mile too far for Bunter where walking was concerned. He had wangled a free ticket from Smithy but the main attraction was the promised 'spread' in the bun shop afterwards. He soon gave way to temptation of a quiet rest. But he soon moved with an unprecedented speed, not to Courtfield, but into the comparative safety of the wood, and - unbelievably for Bunter - up a tree: someone was after him, or so he thought. But what he saw convinced him that it was advisable to stay there for a long time.
- This was the first of a remarkable serie of events which to Bunter were alarming, though his plea for a bodyguard was received with no more sympathy and no less derision than was any other of the Bunter fantasies until the fattest figure in Greyfriars School disappeared.