Series: The Famous Five: Claude Voilier Sequels

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The Famous Five and the Stately Homes Gang by Claude Voilierbook 1
The Famous Five and the Mystery of the Emeralds by Claude Voilierbook 2
The Famous Five and the Missing Cheetah by Claude Voilierbook 3
The Famous Five Go on Television by Claude Voilierbook 4
The Famous Five and the Golden Galleon by Claude Voilierbook 5
The Famous Five Versus the Black Mask by Claude Voilierbook 6
The Famous Five in Fancy Dress by Claude Voilierbook 7
The Famous Five and the Blue Bear Mystery by Claude Voilierbook 8
The Famous Five and the Inca God by Claude Voilierbook 9
The Famous Five and the Cavalier's Treasure by Claude Voilierbook 10
The Famous Five and the Strange Legacy by Claude Voilierbook 11
The Famous Five and the Secret of the Caves by Claude Voilierbook 12
The Famous Five and the Hijackers by Claude Voilierbook 13
The Famous Five and the Strange Scientist by Claude Voilierbook 14
The Famous Five in Deadly Danger by Claude Voilierbook 15
The Famous Five and the Knights' Treasure by Claude Voilierbook 16
The Famous Five and the Z-Rays by Claude Voilierbook 17
The Famous Five and the Pink Pearls by Claude Voilierbook 18

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Series description

These are books written originally in French by Claude Voilier (the Five have long been extremely popular in translation in the French-speaking parts of Europe) and later translated into English.

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