‘The Hexagon Key’ By Dawn DeBraal

Jack Elliott comes to the aid of a dying man on the streets of Chicago. He is given a hexagon-shaped key and a clue to talk to the man in the Ivory Tower. Through research and amateur sleuthing, he finds the answer to the riddle, reaping in the reward meant only for the holder of the key.

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