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The Twelfth Secret Seven adventure. Dark blue and pale blue boards with secret seven holding hands. Two-tone and b/w illustrations. Browning with some marks to outer page edges. Wrapper is edge-creased.
SHOCK FOR THE SECRET SEVEN
Written by Enid Blyton. Illustrated by Burgess Sharrocks.
Stock no. 1406956
Published by Brockhampton Press. 1st 1961. Almost very good condition in a slightly better than good dustwrapper.
The Thirteenth Secret Seven story in which quarrels threaten to disband the Secret Seven. But dog-thieves are at work in the village so the children turn detective. Pale blue boards decorated with SS symbol. Two-tone and b/w illustrations. Bumping to spine and corners. Spine browned. Couple of marks to boards. Front joint beginning to crack. Inscription in ink to belongs to box. Some foxing to page edges and a little light fingering to margins. Dustwrapper is edge worn with some tears and creasing. 3.5" tear to front panel has been mended on verso with tape. Some marks to wrapper. Browning to verso.
The eighth adventure for the Secret Seven - finding out what was behind the drawn curtains of Bartlett Lodge. Pale blue boards, SS symbol. B/w illustrations. 120 pages. Spine is browned, with a little bumping. Foxing to outer page edges. Wrapper is edge-creased with a little scuffing and a few small nicks; red marks to rear panel.
The Thirteenth Secret Seven story in which quarrels threaten to disband the Secret Seven. But dog-thieves are at work in the village so the children turn detective. Pale blue boards decorated with SS symbol. Two-tone and b/w illustrations. Bumping and wear to spine and corners. Name and date in ink in belongs to box and inscription in ink to top of belongs to page. Marks to outer page edges. Pictorial wrapper is price-cut with edge-creasing and chipping and a few small tears, with a little loss to corners.