The Mystery of the Invisible Thief (The Five Find-Outers, Book 8)
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Who is the mysterious burglar that disappears from the scene of the crime without a trace? The five Find-Outers and dog must discover the thief’s identity before Mr Goon does. Find out if they get to the bottom of The Mystery of the Invisible Thief. The Mystery series follows the adventures of ‘The Five Find Outers’ - Pip, Bets, Larry, Daisy and Fatty, as they solve the most unusual crime cases with the help of their dog Buster.
the mild, courteous voice that made Goon see red. �I was called in to help. Ive found out a lot already. Larry and Daisy heard Goons infuriated voice and came out through the kitchen to listen. They stood at the back door, grinning. �You here too? said Goon, in even greater disgust. �Cant you keep your noses out of anything? Now, you clear-orf, all of you, and let me get on with my work here. And just you call off that dog! Buster had now joined the trio, and was capering delightedly
�But, Fatty - youll be noticed if you stand outside all day long, said Daisy. �Besides - what about meals? �Ive thought of all that, said Fatty. �Leave it all to me! I shant tell you my disguise. When youve done your jobs you can come along and see if you recognize me. Ill be within fifty yards of the house all day long - visible to everyone - but I bet you anything you like that nobody will pay a moments attention to me! They all stared at him. He stared back, his eyes twinkling. �We
lovely peaceful afternoon! At the Gymkhana The five children, and Buster of course, met in Petters Field at about three oclock. The gymkhana had already begun, and horses were dashing about all over the place. Buster kept close to Fatty. He didnt mind passing the time of day with one or two horses in a field, but thirty or forty galloping about were too much. �Anyone seen the Inspector? asked Daisy, coming up with a big basket of food and drink. �No, not yet, said Fatty, getting out of
�Hallo - come to meet me? said Fatty, pleased. �Right. Ice-creams for everyone in return! �Oh no, Fatty, said Daisy. �Youre always spending your money on us. �Come on, said Fatty, and they went to have ice-creams. Pip sat as patiently as he could with his. He hoped everyone would hurry up. Suppose the gardener went down to that bed and raked over the footprints! His trick would be ruined. They finished their ice-cream at last, and walked back to Fattys. Pip wished they would hurry, but
looked at him, wondering what he meant. The others knew all right. Hilarys tears began to fall again. �Its my riding prizes Im thinking of, she explained, between sobs. �My cups, you know. Ive won so many. The burglar might have taken them. This talk about prizes seemed rather surprising to the others, who had no opinion at all of either Hilary or Bonny as regards horsemanship. Fatty patted her on the shoulder and gave her his enormous handkerchief again. �Ill come up to your room with