A couple of bumps to board edges. Name in ink to Belongs To box and verso of front endpaper. Wrapper is edge creased and a little scuffed. Very good condition in a good dustwrapper. Child's name in blue biro to front endpaper and in belongs to box. Dustwrapper is edge worn with tear to top of spine and a little grubby.
Octavo standard book size. Dust jacket worn and bruised at edges with small loss at ends of spine. Decorated boards clean and secure.
Text illustrations, some two tone turquoise and black. Contents clean and sound. Dust jacket a little worn and bruised at top edge and ends of spine, otherwise clean and complete. Belongs to box neatly filled in otherwise contents very clean and fresh.
- Good Old Secret Seven (The Secret Seven, #12) by Enid Blyton!
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Very Good Condition Edition: Orders ship the same or next business day. Mail us if you have any questions. Binding is firm with no loose pages. Light tanning, thumb marking and foxing throughout.
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Boards have light rubbing and corner bumping. Jacket has light edge wear with minor tears and chipping. Mild rubbing and marking. The World of Rare Books Published: Binding still very good. Previous owner's signature in ink. Moderate marks and wear to book and jacket. Now protected in non-adhesive plastic wrap. Shiny Owl Books Published: Pages and binding are presentable with no major defects.
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Minor issues present such as mild cracking, inscriptions, inserts, light foxing, tanning and thumb marking. Overall a good condition item. Boards have mild shelf wear with light rubbing and corner bumping.
Some light marking and sunning. Book very firm, clean and unmarked. Foxing to closed page edges. Wrapper has edge scuffing.. Together they are The Secret Seven - ready to solve any mystery, any time - in Enid Blyton's classic series of 15 mystery novels. In book twelve, there are strange happenings indeed at Torling Castle! Ria Christie Collections Condition: Chapter 1 Books Published: Someone starts walking up the steps so they run away. The steps start to collapse and Pam almost falls down.
The man who owns the castle tells them to "clear off" as it's not safe. They children hear strange, spooky noises and bangs and run away. Of course, Susie and Binkie are up their old tricks.
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They were up at the castle playing another joke on the Secret Seven, hiding in the dungeon and bursting balloons. They go along to the next meeting and confess. Susie says that she talked to someone at the castle. Who did Susie talk to? A woman who was sitting outside, painting a picture of the castle. The man who owns the castle - she told him the Secret Seven were coming. An old tramp who was sleeping in the castle dungeon. A policeman from the village - he said he'd just caught a robber hiding in the castle.
Susie and Binkie see something happening at the castle. They go and tell Peter but he thinks it's another of their jokes and doesn't believe them. The next morning, Peter discovers that Jack's present is missing.
Jack came round in the night and took his present back home. Binkie stole it and ran away. Susie was so angry at not being believed, she forgot to lock the shed. Susie threw it in the pond because she was angry with Peter. The boys go back up to the castle that night to look for stolen goods. The girls stay at home to watch for their signal. Creeping around the castle in the dark, they find nothing in the dungeon. They finally find what they're looking for hidden under a pile of twigs.
What do they find?
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Bags and bags of diamonds. Jack's present that was stolen from their shed. A box full of gold bars. Lots and lots of stolen paintings. Someone is sleeping in the castle on a mattress by the fire! Peter has agreed to signal to the girls to say the boys are okay or need help, but before they get the chance to signal, what happens? The boys hear sirens - Peter's dad has called the police. Scamper starts barking and wakes the sleeping person. The jackdaws in the chimney start making loud "chack chack" noises.
An alarm clock rings, waking the sleeping person, who goes to the door and stars signalling. The boys decide to make a run for it, but Peter trips and they are all caught.