Three Cheers, Secret Seven

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Hodder Children's, 2006 - Adventure fiction - 134 pages
43 Reviews
Who is hiding in the abandoned house? When Peter and Jack search for their lost model aeroplane, they see a gas fire alight in one of the rooms, and realise the house isn't empty after all.

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Review: Three Cheers, Secret Seven (The Secret Seven #8)

User Review  - Drishti Ohri - Goodreads

I was completely astounded to read the whole lot of things that Peter had witnessed during the few minutes he was present in that room.Moreover,the beautiful love between the caretaker and his wife left me awe struck and led me to give this part a fantastic four rating. Read full review

Review: Three Cheers, Secret Seven (The Secret Seven #8)

User Review  - Goodreads

I was completely astounded to read the whole lot of things that Peter had witnessed during the few minutes he was present in that room.Moreover,the beautiful love between the caretaker and his wife left me awe struck and led me to give this part a fantastic four rating. Read full review

About the author (2006)

Enid Blyton died in 1968 but remains one of the best-known and best-loved writers of children`s stories. She is consistently voted a children`s favourite in author polls. She has over 600 children`s books to her credit, including the Famous Five series, the Secret Seven series, the Naughtiest Girl series (all Hodder) and the Malory Towers and St Clare`s series (both available from Hodder on audio).

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