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Sadly it flies across the field, and over a wall into the grounds of Bartlett Lodge, which is a very big house but is closed up whilst the owners are abroad. They later found out that it was one of the ladies at the fair's house and now she and her two kids were homeless.
But someone else is using it at night - and it's Jack's little sister Susie who helps them catch the intruder. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable.
So once the gardener is out of sight, Peter and Jack climb into the grounds of the large house and Peter climbs a tree to retrieve the plane which had landed on a high balcony.
In the next few days, some of the Secret Seven go to the cinema and on their way home they witness a robbery of a precious, expensive violin. Just before he climbs down he sees a gas fire on inside one of the rooms, which he knows is strange as the house is empty. Jack wants the society to share it and thinks the shed is the best place to keep it so they can all use it.
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When Janet says she'd rather read a book (and by this time the reader assumes it is a Famous Five book), than have a meeting, Peter is quick to say that if she has something better to do then they can easily get someone else instead! That brings Janet to heel, though he has to order her to help him to tidy the shed as well for good measure.Susie has a toy aeroplane that can fly, but she can't fly it herself.
Secret Seven have a puzzle to solve.Another brilliant Secret Seven book that keeps you thinking right until the end.
A really good, mystery book, written superbly.Overall, Enid Blyton's Secret Seven books are a total buy in itself but this book in the series, in my opinion, is one of the best. A fantastic easy read that gets you grasped into the plot of this amazing book.I hope this review helps. Now sharing it with Susie is one thing, but to have to put up with Binkie as well is a harrowing thought for the otherwise intrepid Seven."I shouldn't think Binkie knows what a telescope is. Her head's full of wool," remarks Jack, summing up the general mood.Peter rises above this sort of talk and proves that he is a worthy head. He also knows that if his mother had told him to share something with Janet, he would have to do so. In fact she takes over for a bit and is as bossy as Peter and twice as sarcastic!"What food have you brought?" Pam asks Susie. So Susie and Binkie are told where the key to the shed is kept and they are reluctantly accepted.When Janet sees someone in the old castle, they plan a trip there. Peter thinks it'll just be an outing for the boys, as the girls will never make it up the hill on their bikes.
Janet is having none of this of course and insists that they will manage it easily.As it turns out, there is someone else who is even faster! Peter takes command again and goes to retrieve the aeroplane with Jack, and once again they are plunged into a mystery because of Susie.
This enables them to play a trick yet again, and the Seven flee from the wails and bangs they hear. In fact, that's how the story ends, giving Susie and her aeroplane the credit for the adventure, which is one of the 'human interest' Secret Seven stories.Peter comes in for some hero-worship in this book. Susie and Binkie also find out a lot about the castle and report everything back in the next meeting.
It is true that he behaves like a leader and gets things moving, but this?"The members gazed at Peter in real admiration.
They are now almost as good as members: they know more than anyone else at this stage and virtually take over the meeting. Why, he had behaved like a first-class detective" Jack goes even further with his praises and the modest Peter has to stop him. I think a certain F.Trotteville would have let Jack carry on!I have to say that Peter certainly handles that particular meeting well.

It is very trying for Peter, who, to be fair, does keep his temper with Susie as best as he can.
And at the end he decides on a new password, simply because they have had the other one 'too long'.
That does make a change from "we must choose a new password because Susie knows the old one, thanks to Jack's carelessness."Review by David CookAt this point in the series were two major changes.
It doesn't seem like much of a mystery after Susie has told them everything.Susie can't resist playing jokes on Peter and pretends to see all sorts of exciting things through the telescope. He almost gets taken in by a dramatic incident, which plays itself out on the rooftop of a big old house.
Burgess Sharrocks took over and held the position until the end of the series but, compared to his predecessors, his work was only adequate.The other change was that the stories started to be less about criminal activities and more about social problems and, indeed in this story, the Seven think they have encountered a conspiracy and it turns out to be a domestic crisis. It's not surprising then, that when Susie sees a light in the castle, Peter thinks it is another joke. Enid cleverly lays us a false trail in her creation of the complex personality of the central character, Georgie Grim, the gardener.
This book is a good example of my criticism that the Secret Seven's British titles were often unmemorable whereas, in this case, the American one contains a neat and clever double entendre.Susie features prominently again as the owner of the superb model aeroplane, which leads the Seven to the mysterious Bartlett Lodge.
And the canal features yet again — this time flowing alongside the cottage home of Georgie Grim and his wife. I was amused to note that, on page 80, when Barbara tells Pam she has misspelt the word "absolutely", her name is spelt BARABARA!
The trip to the castle under cover of darkness and the plan to signal with lamps, are the right ingredients for the climax to the mystery.Review by David CookThis story is set in November, presumably following on from the previous adventure, though no mention is made of it, and, therefore, still during term time. The central plot device reuses the idea of the short story The Humbug Adventure, some six years earlier, of a telescope, on this occasion gifted to Jack and Susie by their Uncle Bob, an ex-sailor. Therefore, to the Seven's annoyance, although the telescope is kept locked in their shed, they have to share it with Susie and her friend, Binkie, who makes a reappearance.
George uses it for watching seagulls and then Janet for watching jackdaws that nest in Torling Castle on its hill across from the farm, where she spots someone lurking suspiciously, which heralds further investigation by the Seven.It's likely that Torling Castle, both from Enid's description and its depiction by Burgess Sharrocks, is based on a real place that must have been well known to Enid when she lived at Bourne End. This is Hedsor Towers, which can be viewed on the hillside from just over the river from Cookham, on the Ferry Road that runs between Cookham and Bourne End, where it dominates the hillside.We learn nothing new about the Seven. As in the first book, we are told that their shed backs on to a hot greenhouse and Scamper chases the stable cat, an area yet to be described.
Matt, the shepherd, also returns and, along with the gardener (he, who is always vying with the Seven for the use of their shed) helps Peter's father effect a rescue and a capture at the conclusion of a story that is the most mysterious and exciting since Go Ahead, Secret Seven, a trend that continued in the next excellent story.

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