THE RAGAMUFFIN MYSTERY
by Enid Blyton
Illustrated by Gilbert Dunlop
Published by Collins. 1st. 1959
Almost very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper. The sixth in the Barney mystery series. What is the mystery that seems to be centred on the old inn where the children are staying? Red boards, black title to spine. Colour frontispiece. Black and white illustrations. 256 pages.
Spine and top rear corner bumped. Covers slightly marked. Light brown stain at top of front endpapers, foxing to prelims. Name and address in ink plus small bookseller's sticker on verso of front endpaper. A few brown marks to edge of textblock not affecting pages. Rear endpaper missing. Contents clean. Price-cut wrapper has wear and tear at edges with slight loss.
Stock no. 1208485
Located at: Stella Books, Tintern
- The sixth in the Barney book series and this time they visit a seaside village in Wales. We meet Dafydd, the small boy who has a pet goose called Waddle, and a ragamuffin of a boy very like Snubby and soon we are in the middle of most peculiar happenings.
- What is the mystery that seems to be centred on the old inn where the children are staying? Where does the strange 'long hole' at the back of a beach cave lead to? Whatever were the mysterious noises in Diana's room?