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The Secret Seven: 17 Exciting Adventures (Set of 17 Books) revolves around seven fictional child detectives who solve crimes. The group secret headquarters is in a garden shed and they have a badge and a secret password.

Peter is the leader of The Secret Seven and is the most mature of all the members. His sister, Janet, is a brave and sincere girl. The group has two other girls, Barbara and Pam, both of whom are Janet's schoolmates. Peter's best friend Jack is also a part of The Secret Seven. The remaining two members are George and Colin, who attend the same school as Peter. Scamper, Peter and Janet's pet dog, always accompany them on their adventures.

The Secret Seven: 17 Exciting Adventures (Set of 17 Books) contains seventeen stories which show how these seven children investigate all sorts of mysteries. In the first book, Jack notices that some men have kept a prisoner inside an abandoned house. The Seven decide to snoop around. In Go Ahead Secret Seven, the young detectives hear about a man who pushes dogs down coal holes. It is upto them to stop him! In Secret Seven Mystery, the ninth book of the series, a girl has suddenly disappeared and she is being blamed for robbing her teacher. Will the Seven be able to find her?

Key Features:

* The box set contains fifteen stories about The Secret Seven investigating mind-boggling mysteries.

* The language is easy to read and plots are thrilling.

About the Author

Enid Blyton, born in 1897, was an English author of children's books. She has authored the Enchanted Wood and Child Whispers. Her books have sold over 600 million copies and Blyton is the fourth most translated author in the world. She is the creator of the Famous Five and Noddy. She passed away in 1968. In 1982, the Enid Blyton Trust for Children was established. From 2000 to 2010, Blyton she was listed as a Top Ten author. at the Costa Book Awards in 2008, she was named as Britain's best loved author. A film based on her life was made by BBC in 2009.

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