The Secret Keepers - Book 2, A Riddle and a Ruse - The Mystery of Jack Summary & Analysis

Trenton Lee Stewart
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On the train ride to Point William Reuben wrote a letter to Mrs. Genevieve and asked her to let his mother know where he was if he did not return to New Umbra. He mailed the letter in town and began to walk to the lighthouse, located on a grassy island just off the mainland. The island contained only the lighthouse, the keeper's house and an oil house, which a girl was skipping toward. The tide was out, revealing a large expanse of mud between the dock and the island. Reuben purchased a pair of muck boots at the general store and while invisible began to walk over to the lighthouse. Despite the thick mud he made it to the shadows of the boat dock. He stashed his boots under the dock and after...

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