When Joey's father, Smitty, starts acting out of character and changing his way
of life it is natural that Joey should get a little worried. Some people perhaps
normally drive about in large new Jaguars and spend their time at expensive Soho clubs
- but not Smitty.
The boys at Joey's club agree that it calls for an investigation, and what better way
of getting to the bottom of things than a team of boy detectives using a walkie-talkie
radio and sleuthing Smitty and his suspicious-looking new friends ?
Daily they assemble evidence which suggests that something really fishy is going on,
that Smitty is in danger; but though Joey and his friends feel that they are one up on
Scotland Yard, thay are due for a surprise when they find they are not quite as clever
as they thought they were.|
* My copy has a price-clipped front flap with the price 5/- net printed in black alongside;
There is no logo on the front flap.
It also has a Sunday School presentation label dated 1967.
Red boards, black lettering and logo; 114pp; b/w frontispiece and five full page illustrations.
Dustwrapper full colour front panel and spine, blue rear with white Nelson logo;
rear flap lists 9 books to Joey and the Master Plan.
Original published price not known.