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FIVE GO TO DEMON'S ROCKS

by Enid Blyton

Illustrated by Eileen Soper

Published by Hodder & Stoughton. 1st. 1961

Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Red boards, black lettering. Pictorial blue and black endpapers. Two-colour and b/w illustrations throughout. 183 pages. The Five spend an unusual holiday at the light-house built on Demon's Rocks where they have a truly extraordinary adventure.

Boards clean. A few minor foxspots mainly to text block. Pictorial dustwrapper is edge-creased and has a vertical column of surface paper loss to front panel (thin line).

Stock no. 1815828

Price £38.00

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Contents

  • Nineteenth in The Famous Five series
  • Julian, Dick and Anne are coming to Kirrin to stay for a couple of weeks, but are beaten by Quentin's colleague Professor Hayling and his son Tinker on their way. There isn't enough room at Kirrin Cottage for everybody to stay, so Tinker suggests he and the Five go to his lighthouse at Demon's Rocks up the coast. On arrival at the lighthouse, they settle in, and meet the local character Jeremiah Boogle, introduced to the Five by a local taxi driver Jackson, who tells them stories of olden time smuggling which went on in the area. He tells them about the three Wreckers who wrecked ships by luring them towards the Demon's Rocks deliberately and smuggled the wealth out of them.

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