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Puzzle for the Secret Seven (1958)

by Enid Blyton

Series: The Secret Seven (10)

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This classic edition of the original Secret Seven adventure is reissued in its original form on the centenary of Enid Blyton's birth.
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This is one of the weaker Secret Seven books in my opinion. There's a constant thing throughout where the working class characters are described as being dirty, and more than the usual amount of sexism. Once you add in bizarre opinions about disability and a weirdly classist-feeling outcome for the thief in here (a talking-to, because obviously working class people don't know any better!), it's pretty bad. Even in Secret Seven terms!
  Tara_Calaby | Jun 22, 2020 |
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'Hallo!' shouted a voice over the wall, and Scamper barked loudly at once.
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