ENID BLYTON THE MYSTERY OF THE SPITEFUL LETTERS PDF

The Five Find-Outers and Dog are together again! Bets notices that Gladys is upset about something. The "telegraph boy" nearly runs Mr Goon down! Bets tries to get Mrs Moon's address from her mother by sending a small parcel. Mr Goon finally loses his temper with Mrs Moon. The fourth mystery is a little disappointing in the end.

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Fiona told me that my reviews might be a bit more positive if I got myself an older version of the text. The copy I have brought however has been loved good and proper. It has had several owners who have written extensively in the inside cover, not to mention some of the pages are loose. It also comes with pieces torn from the corners and rips in the paper. In theory, how could I not love and enjoy a story that had clearly been the source of reading and re-reading throughout the years?

Well, lets take a look shall we? Seriously, I think this may have been the slowest starting Blyton that I have ever read. The children have just come back to Peterswood after their spring term and are itching for another adventure but its surprisingly slow to start.

One day those disguises are going to get him into trouble, and in fact they do in this book, he gets himself caught by Mr Goon and locked up. This little bit of drama is probably one of the most exciting in the book! I might get round to it eventually. It might be because of my childhood mindset that nothing could be as good as the Famous Five. This was certainly not helped when I joined the Enid Blyton Society forums and discovered that lots of people were raving about this character Fatty, who I had no idea about, and saying that he was much better than Julian!

Oh, my aching heart. How many suspects can you have in a poison pen letter mystery? Answers on a postcard please, because it can literally be anyone you so think of! With the initial mystery of the letters being shrouded from the FFO, we spend a good chunk of time wondering what the matter is with the maid Gladys and why she leaves so suddenly. When the five children find out what is afoot, they have no starting point. Goon has the letters, and they have nothing to go on — there are no clues that come with a poison pen mystery.

It feels very haphazard in the search for clues as to the culprit of the letters, but everything is circumstantial. They only get this far because there is a change in the delivery of the fourth letter. It was shoved under the door of a victim and not posted from the market village. Even then its impossible to find a way to prove that any of them did it! Fatty as usual has a way to identify the real perpetrator, he will disguise himself and go around collecting handwriting samples from their three main suspects two of whom were not introduced until this early morning letter posting business.

We get very little investigation into the three suspects themselves, and come to that anyone else who makes the list in the book, whereas usually the Find-Outers books provide a lot more detail and depth into their suspects. The long and the short of it is that you do not know who the wrong-doer is until the last chapter, and even then it seems mucked up.

The options were there to jump to anyone because each reason seemed so flimsy to suspect them or to cancel them out. The revelation from Fatty at the end was over dramatic and very poorly handled on the part of Inspector Jenks, who as an Inspector should have asked Fatty to tell him what he suspected first of all before he went forth and accused someone who may have possibly been the wrong person!

I reckon thats just where it ends for me. Its a shame they get overshadowed by Fatty because I reckon they would do just as well on their own! Sorry to those who like it, but its just not for me! Next review: The Mystery of the Missing Necklace. Like Liked by 1 person. Like Like. It was our eight-hundred-and-forty-first post. There used to be a number at the beginning of each new blog post which was missing this morning.

I admit the ending of this one is a bit disappointing but the mystery is a good one. They do actually do some good detective work like getting the envelope and therefore the post-mark from Gladys, and then working out it has to be someone that always goes to market on a Monday at Sheepsdale. The Fatty books were my favourite Blyton series, quite a bit better than the famous five.

Followed by the adventure series The Island of adventure etc. Fatty was great! Actually I do remember it was the very last Fatty book I managed to buy and read back in the 70s. No Amazon or Internet in those days so was difficult getting hold of all the Blyton books.

But anyway, better books in the series are the missing necklace. Or the hidden house. Or the secret room. I have got to agree with you Stef but as you say there are a lot of people who like Fatty and the Fine Outer stories. You are not the only one! Same here, Francis, I prefer adventures to detective work in a small town.

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The Five Find Outers - Fatty, Larry, Daisy, Pip and Bets, and their Scottie dog, Buster, are shocked when someone starts sending anonymous spiteful letters to several people in their village of Peterswood. Pip and Bets are involved when their young maid Gladys receives one of the letters, which reveals a secret - her parents are in prison for theft and she has lived in a girls home. Frightened and distraught, Gladys leaves her job. The children decide that they must discover who is sending the letters. They make a list of suspects - could the letter writer be Mr. Nosey a busybody or Miss Tittle a lover of gossip - or someone else?

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Fiona told me that my reviews might be a bit more positive if I got myself an older version of the text. The copy I have brought however has been loved good and proper. It has had several owners who have written extensively in the inside cover, not to mention some of the pages are loose. It also comes with pieces torn from the corners and rips in the paper. In theory, how could I not love and enjoy a story that had clearly been the source of reading and re-reading throughout the years?

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