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However when they got there they discovered that their host, Brian Mauleverer had disappeared. Illustrated by: Chapman, C. Red boards, black titles. Blue cloth hardback with red lettering to cover and spine. Internally the pages are clean and tight in the main, save a little creasing to the corners. Copiously illustrated in colour and black and white throughout. Published by: Charles Skilton Ltd. Slightly better than very good condition in an almost very good dustwrapper.

Almost very good condition in a good dustwrapper. Light blue boards with dark blue titles. Red cloth hardback with navy blue lettering to cover and spine. Very good condition in a good dustwrapper. Colour frontis. Green covers, dark titles. Billy Bunter's Banknote.

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Frank Richards. Wrapper has been stuck to yellow card to fill in the loss on the edges. Wrapper quite soiled and grubby. Overall not a very great wrapper.

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First edition published by Charles Skilton Slightly better than very good condition in a good dustwrapper. Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Red boards, black titles to spine and front cover.

Good condition in an almost very good dustwrapper. Blue boards, dark blue titles. Very good condition in an almost very good dustwrapper. Blue boards, white titles. Edition: 1st Published by The Amalgamated Press Ltd, London Bound in the original paper illustrated hardcover boards, worn to the corners and edges. His hand strayed to a cane. Breaking bounds one evening, Smithy is knocked out in the dead of night on the door of Dr. Amazingly, Bunter is quickly in ownership of a ten-pound word.

He claims it's a remittance from domestic, yet he's unusually reluctant to invite Mrs. Mimble to alter it. Is Billy Bunter the middle of the night thief? Show sample text content. The Co. The sword of Damocles used to be nonetheless suspended over their heads: yet in any respect occasions Johnny was once probably not to inform them any further that he had advised them so!

Is there one for me? There was a difference between the Gem style and the Magnet style, for instance. This fact would have surprised George Orwell, who suspected the Greyfriars stories were written by a team to a set style, which was easy to follow. Hamilton preferred not to acknowledge the substitute writers. He detested their use of his characters and pseudonyms.

One writer actually killed off one of his characters. Others introduced new characters. The balance is credited to 25 authors, ranging from a single story to the 96 by George Richmond Samways. The latter joined the editoial staff in at the age of nineteen. After he wrote few new St. In acting on a suggestion of a long-time reader, ear1y stories were republished in Gem , some with minor editorial adaptation.

By Magnet and Gem were extremely successful and both had a strong following of girl readers. The paper, School Friend , would involve Cliff House, which since had occasionally appeared in Magnet. So the characters were Hamilton creations, already known to Magnet readers. Magnet sales were now greater than Gem ; in earlier days Gem had been the more popular. He was told that his priorities in order were, 1 Magnet , 2 Gem and 3 Boys Friend.

These shorter stories first appeared in The result was two Cliff House Schools.

School Friend stories now had no connexion with Greyfriars in Magnet. Hamilton retaliated by using his Cliff House girls more frequently in the Magnet Greyfriars stories. During the twenties and thirties most readers believed that Frank and Hilda Richards were brother and sister.

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In Hamilton bought two properties in Southern France, one at Menton. At this time he was hugely productive, often exceeding 80, words in a week. However in he returned to England and never again visited Europe. Between and , only 13 stories were by substitute authors. From to the last issue of Magnet in , all the stories were by Hamilton.

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At its peak, the circulation of Magnet was almost ,OOO — and this in a time of depression. After World War 2, Hamilton wrote stories about six new schools. He created about schools in all. But the major development in those years occurred when the publisher Charles Skilton approached Hamilton to write a Greyfriars story in hardback form. Initially Amalgamated Press claimed rights to the Greyfriars characters, but it eventually agreed to the pubIishing of such stories, providing it was not in serial story-paper form.

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The first book, Billy Bunter of Greyfiars School , was a huge success. Hamilton only wanted his normal payment for a story, but Skilton suggested a royalty. So Hamilton received about one thousand pounds instead his expectation of one hundred and fifty pounds. In all, 38 Bunter Books and one Bessie Bunter were published between and Bound books of St.

Jims and Rookwood were also published by Mandeville. Later there were numerous paperbacks such as Armada and Gold Hawk. Also, several books were produced in Braille.

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This was a particular delight to Hamilton because of his poor vision. He used purple typewriter ribbons as they were easier to see than black. They ran for five years. Later there were six annual Bunter Christmas stage shows. In all, Hamilton wrote at least stories the equivalent of novels typing them directly on a Remington No.

They appeared written under 28 pen-names, in 47 different publications. Over stories were reprinted, sometimes in shortened form, in other publications.

Hamilton never married.