Modesty Blaise : Lady Killers, Paperback

Modesty Blaise : Lady Killers Paperback

3.5 out of 5 (2 ratings)


The dark underworld of espionage and crime is lit up by the fatal charms of the gorgeous Modesty Blaise - high priestess of pulp crime and goddess of cult thrillers!

Adventurer, spy, smuggler, racketeer and all-round bad girl, Modesty is as stylish as she is smart, as lethal and beautiful as a Japanese fighting sword!

This latest volume features three classic hard-to-find stories: "Dossier on Pluto", "The Lady Killers" & "Garvin's Travels"...all wrapped up in a spectacular collector's library edition!

Featuring new story introductions by creator Peter O'Donnell, plus an exclusive feature on the never-before-seen Scottish Modesty strips - this latest addition to the Modesty Blaise library is not to be missed!


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 104 pages, b/w comic strip
  • Publisher: Titan Books Ltd
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  • Category: Thriller / suspense
  • ISBN: 9781848561069



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Nothing wonderful, but good stories. The one with the dolphins actually has Modesty lose a fight - not permanently, but he did get the drop on her. The title story is odd - a bit of history, which is always nice, and then Modesty solves a problem and causes another. The biggest hole was that neither Modesty nor Willie thought that the guy was like Willie except using his power of fascination for women for evil. I liked the third one best - the villians were weird, the setup was even more so, but the frame - Modesty trying to keep Maude and Willie out of things so their vacation wouldn't be interrupted (again) - was neat. Overall, not one of my favorites but good stories, and all new to me.

Review by

As always, BCL obliges me. 3 stories - Dossier on Pluto, The Lady Killers, Gravin's Travels. The Pluto in the story is hardly the planet rather Modesty's pet dolphins. Book also has some rare clips - last of those drawn by Jim Holdaway - published only once in Glasgow Evening Citizen.