WELL DONE SECRET SEVEN
by Enid Blyton
Illustrated by George Brook
Published by Brockhampton Press Ltd.. 1st. 1951
Almost very good condition in a slightly better than good dustwrapper. Green and dark cream pictorial boards showing Seven holding hands.. Two-tone & b/w illustrations. 126 pages.
Spine and corners bumped and a little worn. Some foxing, mainly to page edges. Light fingering to some page margins. Dustwrapper is edge worn and chipped with minor loss to bottom of rear panel and top and bottom of spine. Small pieces of clear tap on verso to cover chippng. Wrapper is grubby and marked.
Stock no. 1407003
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- Being the third title in the series. Set in the summer time, the Seven decide that they need a more airy place for their summer meetings. What better place than a tree-house? Soon, though they realize that someone has been visiting their tree-house and eating their provisions! The visitor soon takes them on a trail of some thieves - but what do some of the clues REALLY mean?
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