The Mystery Series Find-Outers Complete 15 Books Collection Box Set – Ages 9-14 – Paperback - Enid Blyton
The ultimate collection of all 15 Find-Outers’ mystery stories. Whenever there is a mystery, the Find-Outers are on the case. Join the five friends and Buster the dog as they embark on their exciting journey to investigate mysterious thefts, strange disappearances and peculiar events.
The Mystery Series Find-Outers Complete 15 books includes:
- The Mystery of the Burnt Cottage
- The Mystery of the Disappearing Cat
- The Mystery of the Secret Room
- The Mystery of the Spiteful Letters
- The Mystery of the Missing Necklace
- The Mystery of the Hidden House
- The Mystery of the Pantomime Cat
- The Mystery of the Invisible Thief
- The Mystery of the Vanished Prince
- The Mystery of the Strange Bundle
- The Mystery of the Holly Lane
- The Mystery of the Tally-Ho Cottage
- The Mystery of the Missing Man
- The Mystery of the Strange Messages
- The Mystery of the Banshee Towers.
When it comes to classic books, there isn’t anything more fitting than the popular and outstanding author Enid Blyton. The Mystery Series Find-Outers Complete 15 books collection is a must for literary enthusiasts and bookworms that are confident readers. Aimed primarily at children aged between 9-14, these kids books will be sure to impress everyone who reads them. Renowned kids books author Enid Blyton brings together a phenomenal collection of stories, each with their own mystery and mayhem to be unravelled by readers. There are 15 fun-filled books that are a joy to read, whether it’s curled up on the sofa or before bed, these stories bring mystery, humour and more. Readers are invited to collect clues along the way, solve problems and help the famous characters in their mission. It could be solving a crime as a team, piecing together the missing puzzles or planning a secret escape.
The Mystery Series Find-Outers Complete 15 books collection is a great buy for young readers who really want to explore their literary horizons, tap into a classic author and not be disappointed with the book ends as there are incredible 15 to work through. First published between 1963 and 1966, this set is a modern set that is beautifully illustrated and presented in a case that will take prime position on any bookshelf. As well as solving the challenges in each book, young readers will also be faced with the tricky decision of deciding which one of the Mystery Series is their favourite!
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Title In This Set:
The Mystery of the Burnt Cottage
One April night, the sky of Peterswood is lit up by the brightness of a cottage on fire. Fatty, Larry, Daisy, Bets, Pip, and Buster the dog, set about trying to solve this exciting mystery of who burnt down Mr Hicks' cottage workshop in his garden. Will they manage to solve the Mystery of the Burnt Cottage before Mr Goon does?
The Mystery of the Disappearing Cat
Pip and Bets are pleased when the once empty house next door is now lived in by Lady Candling and her valuable prize winning Siamese Cats. One in particular is very special, and is called Dark Queen. Then mysteriously Dark Queen is stolen, and all the clues point to the Find-Outers friend, Luke. They set about trying to find the Dark Queen and prove that Luke is innocent.
The Mystery of the Secret Room
Whilst running away from Mr Goon, Pip turns into the grounds of an empty house and climbs a tree, hoping he won't be seen. The Find-Outers embark on an exciting mystery as they try to discover who owns the house, and why is the room fully furnished? A mystery that stretches even Fatty's brain, when he finds himself captured in that very room!
The Mystery of the Spiteful Letters
Who could be sending anonymous letters to some of the residents of Peterswood? Who could be so spiteful? Even timid Gladys, Pip and Bets housemaid receives one of these anonymous letters. The Find-Outers set about trying to solve this mystery.
The Mystery of the Missing Necklace
Why is Mr Goon, rushing around Peterswood looking extremely busy? The Find-Outers want to know why, and so ask their very good friend, Inspector Jenks, in the next town. He informs them that Peterswood is the meeting place of a very clever gang of jewel thieves. So the Find-Outers decide to try and help the police, by keeping their eyes open for anyone who looks suspicious. The children soon learn a lot more than they'd hoped for.
The Mystery of the Hidden House
In this exciting mystery, the Find-Outers meet Ern, Mr Goon's nephew. For fun, they make up a mystery, complete with clues for Ern, to solve, knowing Mr Goon will ask Ern what the Find-Outers are up too and try to solve that very mystery himself. Whilst Ern is following the false mystery, he stumbles on a real one that the Find-Outers take on, and very soon the children are in the midst of a very clever gang.
The Mystery of the Pantomime Cat
Mr Goon is off on holiday and P.C. Pippin is his replacement until he returns. The Find-Outers decide to have a little fun with this new P.C. and so make up a little mystery for him. But the clues they leave put P.C. Pippin is right at the forefront of a real mystery, when he finds the manager of the Little Theatre unconscious and slumped over his desk. The Find-Outers have other ideas and set about trying to solve this mystery as quickly as possible.
The Mystery of the Invisible Thief
Who is the large footed thief committing the robberies in Peterswood? He leaves his footprints and people have heard his cough, but he appears to be invisible! Mr Goon is eager to solve this mystery, and put his disguising skills to the test, which he'd learned from a refresher course. So who is going to solve this mystery first, the Find-Outers or Mr Goon?
The Mystery of the Vanished Prince
The Find-Outers are pleased to see Ern Goon, along with his two brothers, Sid and Perce, who are camping in a field, next to a school camp. One of the pupils of the school is Prince Bongawah. Days later the Prince disappears and no one knows where or how! This disappearance is just the sort of juicy mystery the Find-Outers love.
The Mystery of the Strange Bundle
The Find-Outers love nothing better than a mystery, and no one knows if Mr Fellows at the Cedars was home when the robbery took place, but he certainly hadn't come back. But when Mr Fellows does come back to his home, he says there had been no robbery and that he was an untidy person and didn't want the police looking into something that didn't happen. The Find-Outers have a hard time trying to solve this unusual mystery.
The Mystery of the Holly Lane
With nothing to find out, the children decide to get in a little practise and one task set for Larry was to disguise himself as a window cleaner and go to clean someone's windows. With only a handful of clues to help them, such as – a window cleaner – grocer's boy, lady with papers and a man in a car – the Find-Outers are really challenged with this mystery.
The Mystery of the Tally-Ho Cottage
Priceless old picture stolen from famous gallery,' says the papers. 'Thieves just escape the net of police, leaving their dog behind. Police are looking everywhere for the Lorenzos.' The Find-Outers decide to keep their eyes and ears open for the thieves, returning to Tally-Ho Cottage.