The Mystery of the Secret Room

In the cold and foggy Christmas holidays, it doesn’t seem as though the Five Find-Outers and Dog will have anything exciting to investigate. Fatty’s got some wonderful new disguises, but there doesn’t seem to be even a sniff of mystery anywhere around! Then Pip stumbles on a single furnished room in an otherwise deserted house. And when Fatty goes to have a snoop, he finds himself trapped inside by strange ruffians! Meanwhile, Mr Goon also tries to investigate the house – but only ends up locked in the coal cellar, covered in dust! How will the Find-Outers and Fatty get out of this one?

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  • I loved the part when Fatty had to escape when he was fully kidnapped

    25 February 2015

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    The Mystery of the Secret Room

    In the cold and foggy Christmas holidays, it doesn’t seem as though the Five Find-Outers and Dog will have anything exciting to investigate. Fatty’s got some wonderful new disguises, but there doesn’t seem to be even a sniff of mystery anywhere around! Then Pip stumbles on a single furnished room in an otherwise deserted house. And when Fatty goes to have a snoop, he finds himself trapped inside by strange ruffians! Meanwhile, Mr Goon also tries to investigate the house – but only ends up locked in the coal cellar, covered in dust! How will the Find-Outers and Fatty get out of this one? loveit

    7 June 2014

  • Enid Blyton is my favourite author, I enjoyed reading this book

    8 March 2014

  • its a good book

    6 March 2013

  • This book is very good except I don’t like the bit where Fatty falls asleep in the house and is caught by the ruffians! As always they manage to round up the mystery good and properly before the clumbsy policeman Mr goon.

    4 March 2013

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    Enid Blyton was posthumously awarded the first Enid Blyton Award for Lifetime Contribution to Children.

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