Mystery of the spiteful letters by Enid Blyton
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  • But unfortunately, they do not come across any good clues
  • This book is not so interesting, but gets rather interesting in the end

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      ‘The mystey of the spiteful letters’ is a book written by Enid Blyton and is one among the series of the five find-outer books. In this story, Frederick, nicknamed Fatty, has fun disguising himself. In this story, he disguises mostly as a red-haired boy. Now there is a person who is writing anonymous letters to certain people in Peterswood. These letters are spiteful and vengeful. One can see the hatred and spite behind these letters.

      Somehow, the find-outers


      are suspicious that the letter-writer is posting the letters from Sheepsale. So they go there and try to do some investigating. But unfortunately, they do not come across any good clues. Nor do they see any suspicious person posting a letter. The children investigated those who feel to be the suspects, but most are polite to them and the answers they give make the children clear that these are not the culprits. However hard the children try,

      • they reach a dead end. They are on the verge of almost giving up the mystery. Then they come across a very old dictionary inside a sack. It was thrown by somebody. The dictionary was so old that it was almost broken to pieces. It is amusing how this dictionary is successful in leading them on the right track. You will have to read the book in order to find out.

        This book is not so interesting,

        but gets rather interesting in the end. The mystery in this story is a very weak one. It is not a robbery or something like that. Just a spiteful person who is writing vengeful, hateful letters to those he or she does not like. But there are many funny incidents in the story. More than a mystery, this book is a sort of entertainer. I liked this book and recommend it. I rate it 8 out of 10 points.




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