THE MYSTERY OF THE DISAPPEARING CAT
by Enid Blyton
Illustrated by J. Abbey
Published by Methuen & Co. Ltd.. 1952
Slightly better than very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper. The second adventure of the Five Find-Outers and Dog. Who stole the valuable cat? How did it go? How could Luke be cleared of the blame? How could they get the better of old Clear-Orf? Red boards, black titles and magnifying glass vignette. B/w illustrations.
Spine and corners bumped. Light foxing to edge of text block and a few small margin marks otherwise contents clean. Dustwrapper is edge worn with some tears. One tear has been mended on verso with clear tape. Chipping to corners. Spine a little faded. Light browning and foxing to verso.
Stock no. 1406758
Located at: Stella Books, Tintern
- The second adventure of the Five FInd-Outers and Dog. Who stole the valuable cat? It seems as if no one could have taken it except the children's friend, Luke, the garden-boy.
- Old Clear-Orf the policeman is here again, making himself a nuisance, hunting for clues. His firm friend, hated by the Five FInd-outers, is Tupping the spiteful old gardener who does his very best to upset the children whenever he can. Who stole the cat? How did it go? What did the queer clues mean? How could Luke be cleared of the blame? How could they get the better of old Clear-Orf?