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THE MYSTERY OF THE PANTOMIME CAT

Written by Enid Blyton
Illustrated by J. Abbey
Published by Methuen & Co. Ltd. in 1949

THE MYSTERY OF THE PANTOMIME CAT
Written by Enid Blyton. Illustrated by J. Abbey.
Stock no. 1823633
1954. Hardback. Almost very good condition in a good dustwrapper.

Being the Seventh Adventure of the Five Find-Outers and Dog. Cream covers, green titles and magnifying glass vignette. B/w illustrations. 181 pages. Covers grubby, spine slightly cocked. Small bump to lower board corners. Text block browned and page edge browning. Pictorial dustwrapper is edge-worn and torn, top of rear panel 5.5cm x 11cm across missing, titles to rear flap messily highlighted with blue crayon.

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THE MYSTERY OF THE PANTOMIME CAT
Written by Enid Blyton. Illustrated by J. Abbey.
Stock no. 1407034
1st. 1949. Hardback. Almost very good condition in a slightly better than good dustwrapper.

Being the Seventh Adventure of the Five Find-Outers and Dog. Cream covers, green titles and magnifying glass vignette. B/w illustrations. 181 pages. Spine and corners bumped. Browning to spine, front cover and edges of rear cover. Bookplate to front pastedown. Foxing particularly to endpapers and page edges. Some light fingering. Colouring to some illustrations. Dustwrapper is edge worn and creased with some tears. Folds are rubbed. Scratch to edge of front cover. Spine is browned.

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Front cover

Cover of THE MYSTERY OF THE PANTOMIME CAT by Enid Blyton

Contents

  • The seventh in this series. The manager of the Little Theatre in the children's town is drugged one night and robbed. Only one person, it seems, could have done this - Boysie, the Pantomime Cat. There six other Suspects but they all have unshakeable alibis. Old Clear-Orf, Mr. Goon the village policeman, thinks he knows who did it - but the children think differently, and set to work to solve the extraordinary mystery.