The Mystery of the Pantomime Cat

The Mystery of the Pantomime Cat Who could have robbed the theatre s safe The theatre safe has been robbed and Boysie the pantomime cat is top of the list of suspects But could his best friend and fellow actress Zoe be the real t

  • Title: The Mystery of the Pantomime Cat
  • Author: Enid Blyton
  • ISBN: 9781405203999
  • Page: 255
  • Format: Paperback
  • Who could have robbed the theatre s safe The theatre safe has been robbed and Boysie, the pantomime cat, is top of the list of suspects But could his best friend and fellow actress, Zoe, be the real thief

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    • Enid Blyton

      Enid Mary Blyton 1897 1968 was an English author of children s books.Born in South London, Blyton was the eldest of three children, and showed an early interest in music and reading She was educated at St Christopher s School, Beckenham, and having decided not to pursue her music at Ipswich High School, where she trained as a kindergarten teacher She taught for five years before her 1924 marriage to editor Hugh Pollock, with whom she had two daughters This marriage ended in divorce, and Blyton remarried in 1943, to surgeon Kenneth Fraser Darrell Waters She died in 1968, one year after her second husband.Blyton was a prolific author of children s books, who penned an estimated 800 books over about 40 years Her stories were often either children s adventure and mystery stories, or fantasies involving magic Notable series include The Famous Five, The Secret Seven, The Five Find Outers, Noddy, The Wishing Chair, Mallory Towers, and St Clare s.According to the Index Translationum, Blyton was the fifth most popular author in the world in 2007, coming after Lenin but ahead of Shakespeare.See also her pen name Mary Pollock

    448 thoughts on “The Mystery of the Pantomime Cat

    • This was a fantastic novel. Very interesting. I wish I could be a find outer too because their mysteries are so amazing and this one was one of my favourites. Really a nice one. In the starting it was really difficult for them to solve this mystery but off course it was young bets who suddenly had a brainwave and as usual fatty used his clever mind to solve the mystery along with the other four and the dog!! Also I wish Enid Blyton was alive so she could write more books like these !!

    • This is quite a grown-up style mystery, but the children manage to solve it. One of the best books from Blyton's Mystery series.

    • Findouters Challenge: Book 7. The second of the Findouters books with a “cat” in the title and theme. In this one, Goon is going away on holiday and is being replaced by a much-friendlier PC Pippin who is in every way Goon’s opposite. However, when it starts off Pippin is quite eager to please Mr Goon though he doesn’t quite believe what he has to say about the children. But Goon’s behaviour towards the children, and particularly Buster soon changes his mind. The children in the meanti [...]

    • This mystery really has them stumped, and of course it's little Bets who nails it. She really is a clever little thing, and what with her soft spot for Fatty I can see them married and solving crimes together! But I get ahead of myself, about the book. It was a good mystery, more serious than the usual Enid Blyton mystery. After all, being drugged and robbed is a little harsh. But there are lashings of food and fun, so you know it will end well, and the baddie seems repentant in the end. Goon ma [...]

    • Mr.Goon is on holiday, a new police name Pippin are replace him. Elisabeth Hilton (Bets) very, very like Pippin. She give Pippin a name card

    • The most baffling part of this mystery was how nobody in the entire cast realised that a costume can be taken off from one person and put on another. There were a couple of funny lines, though. And I actually liked most of the setup. So I'm gonna go with "meh" rather than "ugh."

    • A extremely enjoyable blast from the past, I can remember reading all the "Five Find Outters" 30 plus years ago, and it's still as enjoyable :-)

    • This book is a prime example of all Enid Blyton's shortcomings as a crime writer. Her nonsensical ideas about the operating methods and professional boundaries of the police force have never been more apparent or less believable, and the Five Find-Outers show themselves yet again to be devoid of any real detective skills.I knew I didn't like this series, and now I can clearly see why. The horrendous mismatch of Enid Blyton's writing with the detective genre is actually worse here than in the Sec [...]

    • this is one of the first books of enid blyton I read. as you see, I am not such a great fan of enid blyton. I did not develop interest in her books at all after reading one chapter of famous five. I did not like the book at all. one of my friends is a great fan of her unlike me. however I love this series(mind it, only this series and maybe children at green meadows) written by her. it is full of mystery. just the way I like it. this was the first book I read of the series. I liked the funny nic [...]

    • Fatty masih terus bertahan sebagai tokoh favorit di buku ini. Peristiwa-peristiwa kebetulan yang di-setting pada awal cerita ini masih terkesan agak dipaksakan, tapi masih sanggup mengecoh saya dengan ending-nya. Karena saya sebenarnya tadinya berharap Enid bisa membuat ending yang lebih 'complicated'. Tapi mungkin karena saya tanpa sengaja masih saja belum sanggup mempertahankan pikiran bahwa buku ini adalah konsumsi anak dan remaja. I think I'm already too old for Enid Blyton, huh? Lol.

    • Akan selalu ada soft spot bagi saya untuk para anggota Pasukan Mau Tahu. Pip, Beth, Larry, Daisy, dan Fatty barangkali yang sudah menemani saya semasa kecil, tetapi mereka masih terus berumur dua belas tahun, sementara saya akan terus bertambah tua. Meski demikian, saya tidak akan pernah melupakan mereka.

    • This is a good book, but to me, it was rather boring. Don't judge me. I've guessed that the thief used Boysie's costume when he said that wasn't him, it was obvious he was innocent. But to me it took too long for the kids to realize that. I'm not hating on the book, I love Enid Blyton's Books, but this one just isn't for me.

    • Such fun!!! This is the first of the Dragon series I have read by Enid Blyton. It was such fun! Couldn't put it down. Now I know why so many people requested books by this author when I worked at a now defunct bookstore. If you have a chance to read them, I highly recommend them to both children and adults.

    • I am one of those weird Enid Blyton fan who've read at least one of ALL her other characters except The Famous Five. But I particularly remember the Five Find-outers: these were where she made me laugh and my mother worry. The Mystery of the Pantomime Cat was probably my second book from the series and one that I intend to read again as soon as I can

    • Mooi opgebouwd verhaal. Klassiek verloop. Valse sporen. Goede agent, slechte agent. Controleren van alibis. Doorstrepen van verdachten. Arrestatie van onschuldigen. Ingeving van Betty. Grote revelatie. Een echte klassieker.

    • I didn't love the Five Find-Outers quite as much as the Famous Five, but it was close! A lot of the stories were more interesting to me, but I just didn't like the characters quite as much.

    • This book is very interesting. Of all the mystery books this the best oneis book is all about using your brains. I liked reading it.

    • This was a fantastic novel. Very interesting. I wish I can be a find outer too and will like to work with the 5 find outers. Really a nice one.

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