NODDY GETS INTO TROUBLE
by Enid Blyton
Illustrated by Mary Brooks
Published by Sampson Low, Marston & Co. Ltd.; C.A. Publications Ltd.. 1st. 1954
Very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper. Noddy book 8. Green pictorial boards. Colour pictures.
Spine and corners bumped. Board edges faded. Erased name to belongs to box. Light browning to page edges and an occasional foxspot otherwise contents clean. Dustwrapper is edge worn and chipped with some creasing. Clear tape to top and bottom of spine on verso. Spine is faded. Couple of small marks. Light ink transfer to verso of wrapper.
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- Biggles goes undercover and joins the spy world in Palestine. Mistaken for another whilst on leave in London, Biggles reports the confusion to Headquarters. To his chagrin they 'encourage' him to take the place of his doppelganger and work for the Germans as a spy whilst secretly reporting to the British. As always, Biggles succeeds admirably however there are a few close calls and nervous moments. Biggles has his first run in with Von Stalhein. Erich is working for German intelligence and comes close to unmasking Biggles on several occasions.