The Mystery of the Pantomime Cat by Enid Blyton – a Reblogged Review


As promised a reblog for you today – another review from Poppy gives us our first post about the Five Five-Outers series.

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Title: The Mystery of the Pantomime Cat

Author: Enid Blyton

Published: 1949

Age Rating: 9+

Rating: 5/5

The Mystery of the Pantomime Cat is seventh in the wonderful classic Find-Outers series by Enid Blyton and is easily one of my favourites! It is such a comical entertainining addition to the series, and there is some great detecting done and wonderful new characters introduced. Once again the story is based around Peterswood, home to Fatty (Frederick) Bets, Pip, Larry and Daisy, but Peterswood isn’t the same without Mr Goon the village Policeman, who is absent in the first few chapters (away on holiday). PC Pippin takes his place for a seemingly quiet few days of patrol in the seemingly quiet village of Peterswood! But as usual things aren’t quiet for long: after he is tricked by the children by a series of random clues and sent on a wild goose chase…

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One Response to The Mystery of the Pantomime Cat by Enid Blyton – a Reblogged Review

  1. Francis says:

    A tempting review to encourage one to read this gem.
    Francis

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