The Mystery of the Invisible Thief (The Five Find-Outers, Book 8)

The Mystery of the Invisible Thief (The Five Find-Outers, Book 8)

Enid Blyton

Language: English

Pages: 83

ISBN: 0416170226

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Who is the mysterious burglar that disappears from the scene of the crime without a trace? The five Find-Outers and dog must discover the thief’s identity before Mr Goon does. Find out if they get to the bottom of The Mystery of the Invisible Thief. The Mystery series follows the adventures of ‘The Five Find Outers’ - Pip, Bets, Larry, Daisy and Fatty, as they solve the most unusual crime cases with the help of their dog Buster.

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here for nothing? I thought it all sounded a bit funny on the phone - silly sort of voice, and silly sort of tale. I might have guessed it was one of your tricks - just to welcome me home I suppose! Well - you’ll be sorry for this. I’ll report you! You think because the Inspector is friendly to you, you can get away with anything! You think…” �Woof!” said somebody - and Buster darted out in ecstasy, so pleased to hear the voice of his old enemy that he wagged his tail for joy! That was enough

size.” �Who are they?” asked Goon. �What’s that to you?” said the cobbler impatiently. �Am I going to waste all my morning talking about big boots?” �I know one of your customers is Mr Goon,” said Mr Goon. �I know Mr Goon very very well. He’s a great friend of mine. Very nice fellow.” �Oh, is he? Then you know him better than I do,” said the cobbler. �I’ve got no time for that pompous old bobby.” Mr Goon went purple under his tan. �Who’s your other customer?” he asked, in such an

They watched Fatty become his own self again, rubbing away the greasy lines on his face, removing his eyebrows carefully, sliding his aching feet out of the stiff old boots he wore. He grunted and groaned as he took off the boots and rubbed his sore feet. �I had three pairs of socks on,” he said, �because the boots are so big and stiff - but even so I bet I’ll limp for days!” �You do everything so thoroughly, Fatty,” said Bets admiringly, watching him become the Fatty she knew. �Secret of

she said. �I didn’t have any talk with the baker - he’s too much of a saucy one for me - I just left a note on the table to tell him how many loaves to leave. And I didn’t see the milkman either - he knows how much to leave. I saw the grocer’s girl, and she was in a hurry as usual.” �I wonder what Goon wanted,” said Fatty as they left the kitchen to walk down to the shed again. �I bet he wants to know if I was the old tramp the other day. As if Mother would know!” They were just walking out of

Pip brought them back a bit of news. �I say - do you know what Mother just told me?” he said. �Inspector Jenks is coming to Peterswood this afternoon!” �Is he?” said everyone, intensely interested. Inspector Jenks was a great friend of theirs. He admired the Five Find-Outers very much, because of the many curious mysteries they had solved. �What’s he coming for?” asked Fatty. �I say - there’s not a mystery on, is there?” �No, I’m afraid not,” said Pip. �Apparently his little goddaughter is

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