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Di Ferraris, Count Bindo. Count Bindo di Ferraris was created by William Le Queux (Raoul Becq, Villiers Beethom-Saunders, Robert Bleke, Delmasso & Bray, Theodore Drost, John Durston, Beryl Gaselee, Claud Heathwaite, William Le Queux, Allan Maclean, Antoine Martin, Harry Nettlefield, Gerry Sant) and appeared in eleven stories in Cassell’s in 1906 and 1907, beginning with “A Move on the ‘Forty’” (Cassell’s, June 1906); the stories were collected in The Count’s Chauffeur (1907). Count Bindo di Ferraris is a Lupin. He is a handsome young Italian aristocrat, somewhat hot-headed but generally genial. He is also one of the cleverest and most successful jewel thieves in Europe, with an organization of crafty men at his disposal. He is Watsoned by George Ewart, his new chauffeur.
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