Tony and the Champ

By Robert Martin (Reginald Alec Martin)
First Published 1963 by Ernest Benn
Illustrated by Edward Pagram
First edition wrapper. Click to enlarge and see full picture
First edition dustwrapper
by
Edward Pagram
Benn 1963
Carl Fendigg, "Ice-cold Carl", was Tony's hero. He was the top motor-bike race man, and he didn't mind if you did stay around his yard - as long as you didn't get too much in the way.
So when Tony saw it was one of Carl's bikes that nearly knocked down Sash's little sister, Sunny, in a get-away from a robbery, you can imagine how he felt.
Of course,
he knew that Carl wouldn't get mixed up in anything like that. So he and his friend Sash set out to find who it was had. And that landed them in more adventures than they had bargained for.
First edition:
Ernest Benn 1963:
Hardback with dustwrapper; dark green boards with silver blocking; 130x193mm; twelve black and white illustrations; cover price 7s 6d net.

Other editions:

Bandit Two - published by Ernest Benn contains this story, as well as The Fire Serpent Mystery by Kenneth Moon and Sandy Smith by Winifred Mantle.


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