Riptide - Chapters 3-6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3-6 Summary

Malin returns to Stormhaven to meet Neidelman. Neidelman wants to see Ragged Island before his group makes a commitment to the project. Malin and Neidelman talk on the boat ride to Ragged Island, and Neidelman tells Malin how he became interested in treasure hunting. He refuses to discuss the design of the Water Pit since there is no signed agreement, only finding Malin won't take him to the island. They shake hands on the agreement. Heidelman tells him that the Water Pit was designed by an English ecclesiastical architect named Sir William Macallan. Neidelman goes on to say how his people decoded the architect's notes, which were written in invisible ink. Macallan was believed lost at sea but was actually captured by pirate Red Ned Ockham. He designed the pit as a safe holding place for the pirate's treasure, which Neidelman...

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