Vicky and the Pentires

The summer holiday soon livens up once the children find out that some crooks are using a local folly for dog rustling, and making free with the ponies to do it.

Publishing history
Evans, London, 1951, illus Violet Morgan, 239 pp.

The summer holiday soon livens up once the children find out that some crooks are using a local folly for dog rustling, and making free with the ponies to do it. Once the crooks are disturbed they flee, and all seems to quieten down until they go on to a caravan trip to visit a castle Vicky has inherited. Once they’re there, the children and Uncle Percy are thrown into the midst of the criminal gang and have to exercise all their ingenuity to escape.

The Pentire Family series
The Four Pentires and Jimmy, 1947
We Four and Sandy, 1947
A Green Fox, 1949
The Badgers of Quinion, 1950
Vicky and the Pentires, 1951
Red Conker, 1952

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kathleen Mackenzie