Series: The Five Find-Outers

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The Five Find-Outers Slipcase by Enid Blyton
The Mystery of the Burnt Cottage by Enid Blyton1
The Mystery of the Disappearing Cat by Enid Blyton2
The Mystery of the Secret Room by Enid Blyton3
The Mysteries Collection: Volume 01 by Enid BlytonOmnibus 1 - 3
The Mystery of the Spiteful Letters by Enid Blyton4
The Mystery of the Missing Necklace by Enid Blyton5
The Mystery of the Hidden House by Enid Blyton6
The Five Find-Outers Books 1-6 by Enid BlytonOmnibus 1 - 6
The Five Find-Outers Books 4-6 by Enid BlytonOmnibus 4 - 6
The Mystery of the Pantomime Cat by Enid Blyton7
The Mystery of the Invisible Thief by Enid Blyton8
The Mystery of the Vanished Prince by Enid Blyton9
The Mysteries Collection: Volume 03 by Enid BlytonOmnibus 7 - 9
The Mystery of the Strange Bundle by Enid Blyton10
Ten Classics by Enid BlytonOmnibus 1-10
The Mystery of Holly Lane by Enid Blyton11
The Mystery of Tally-Ho Cottage by Enid Blyton12
The Mysteries Collection: Volume 04 by Enid BlytonOmnibus 10 - 12
The Mystery of the Missing Man by Enid Blyton13
The Mystery of the Strange Messages by Enid Blyton14
The Mystery of Banshee Towers by Enid Blyton15
The Five Find-Outers Books 1-15 by Enid BlytonOmnibus 1-15
Still More Mystery Stories (3 in 1) by Enid Blyton Omnibus 15, 1 & 2

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Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Five_Find-Outers

A series of children's mystery books written by Enid Blyton and first published between 1943 and 1961. Set in the fictitious village of Peterswood based on Bourne End, close to Marlow, Buckinghamshire, the children encounter a mystery almost every school holiday, always solving the puzzle before Mr Goon, the unpleasant village policeman, much to his annoyance.

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