The Mystery of the Missing Necklace (The Five Find-Outers, #5)
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The Mystery of the Missing Necklace (The Five Find-Outers #5)

3.85 of 5 stars 3.85  ·  rating details  ·  957 ratings  ·  23 reviews
The Five Find-Outers are determined to solve the mystery of the missing necklace. Their search uncovers three other mysteries, and Fatty finds himself outwitted by Mr Goon the policeman at the Waxworks Hall before they solve the mystery.
Hardcover, 216 pages
Published October 2004 by Dean (first published 1947)
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Mike Chaston
Ah, a world without technology. No feeling that you have to record, sort review and share all the books you've ever read. (Mind you, Fatty would have loved the internet). I AM enjoying re-reading these books that I loved in my childhood.

Worrying that I don't remember one single line from this book (but it was 40 years ago). And don't these kids have an amazing quality of life. A maid, a cook, a gardener, money to buy ices, rarely seen parents, no technology and few choices.

In this one I like the...more
Lee Ling
Sep 25, 2008 Lee Ling rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: everyone who likes mystery...
Recommended to Lee by: Soh Xiao Yuan
I would recommend this book that I am reading as it is a good book on mystery and i believe everyone would love it. This book is about a story on Pip, Daisy, Fatty, and Mr Goon. Mr Goon is the teacher while all the other people are a group of friends. Buster is fatty's dog and is loved by all of them. This group of students is a group speciallising on helping police to settle cases and solved mystery. They have been waiting for cases for almost four weeks and eventually could get their case star...more
Aysha Choudhury
Enid Blyton was one of my favourite authors when I was growing up. Out of all of her series of books, I have to say The Five Find Outers’ series was the most read in my class room. Most of the children would fight over these books.
The books are based on a group of 5 children and a dog who go on adventures/mystery hunting during the School holidays, much to the displeasure of the local policeman, Mr Goon. They usually find that they can quite easily solve the mystery because most adults either do...more
Kisah dari Pasukan Mau Tahu saat ini agak-agak gimana ya....:) Karena mereka harus mengetahui para Pencuri yang sudah sangat berpengalaman dan harus mengetahui dimana kalung berlian yang disembunyikan oleh para pencuri.

Cerita dimulai dari keisengan Fatty yang suka memiliki ide-ide kreatif yang kadang terlihat aneh. Dan untuk cerita 1 ini, dia mencoba menyamar menjadi seseorang yang tidak akan disangka-sangka/diketahui oleh tim Pasukan Mau Tahu lainnya, sampai dia rela memberikan hadiah buat tim...more
one of Blyton's best work....
I give it just 3 stars not because it is bad , no it was good
but i don't know why i it was just okay to me
may be because it is for 11 to 15 years old
The first book I read in any series is always the best and this was no exception. Bored one day aged 9 and with nothing to read, my sister suggested "The Mystery of the Missing Eggcup" [sic] which turned out to be a great introduction to these stories and possibly the nicest thing my sister had ever done for me. Invokes endless summer holidays and great fun all the way through.
salah satu alesan gw suka PMT adalah karena banyak adegan2 di restoran/kedainya, di mana Fatty sering mentraktir anggota PMT yg laen. walopun itu makanan Inggris, tetep aja bikin ngiler hehehehe....
PMT adalah judul pertama yg gw punya dr buku2 karangan Enid, dan lgsg bikin gw jatuh cinta skaligus jd addict bgt sm buku2nya Enid yg laen!
Aug 31, 2007 Sakinah rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: all of my friends
My review is....there are many clever burglaries going on and it is suspected that members of the gang have their meeting place....The Five-Outers naturally determine to solve these mysteries......
Väliluettavaa taas kerran. Pienempänä näitä ja Viisikkoja tuli ahmittua oikein olan takaa. Ihan hauskoja kirjoja edelleen, vaikka kirjat osaa ulkoa etuperin ja takaperin.
enid blyton is an europe author and she is one of my favorites... all her books are a must read... this one is a mystery about the five find-outers...
Jauzi Javed
It is one of my favorite books. It tells about five find outers and their adventures.Fatty is just awesome in disguising himself.
Another mystery successfully solved!
Irna Gayatri D. Ardiansyah
Ini lucu! Ternyata kalung yang dicari-cari dipakaikan ke leher sebuah patung! Siapa yang menyangka?
Prateek Agarwal
Read it during childhood. It was so much fun and the complete series is still my favourite
I really like this series because I like the way they solve the mystery.
Sep 13, 2012 Molly is currently reading it  ·  review of another edition
good book fatty is so funny in his disguises i can imagine it very clearly
Nicola Muzsla
Nothing beats a bit of Enid Blyton :)
Another Five Find-Outers mystery
goooooood book fatty is fun
Apr 25, 2013 Vaijayanthi rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
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Born in 1897 in South London, Enid Mary 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 tw...more
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