Author's interview from today on a Long Island radio station. A lengthy listen, but about a minute or so in (after talk show host stops talking about his daughter, the Author tells about the book and contest.
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Ok need EVERYONE'S help!! Really embarrassing but I unfortunately lost both of my rings this weekend. 😭 So I need help!! I would ask if whoever feels compelled to share this post on their FB page to share it for me. Unfortunately I...
I am looking at the letters I (Eye) and C (See) and trying to work them into a cypher with some of the phrases that stick out to me. I was reading about the book 'The clock without a face' and thought that the times/days mentioned in Harry Hid It could be relevant as well.
Books Harry is reading :
Scuba diving the wrecks and shores of Long Island
Subway madness- exploring the hidden spaces- An underground culture of NYC subways
Guild book to hiking the trails of NJ and Pennsylvania
Old USA Geological Survey 'Cornwall'
Other possible Clues : Paintings
Harry is a mechanic at Kennedy Airport in NY. But he love to paint.(Landscapes, Objects, Portraits. At the end of the book they mention his works that are set up in his home.
1. A series of Landscapes done at the beach
2. The Sun rising or setting
3. Anger of...
Words that are used repetitively in first chapter or two are, Rear, Back, Corner.
Other flags for me in Chapter One, pg. 3 'I'll trust your discerning eye" another mention to an I?
Cars are Harry's biggest passion, working on cars were his way to relax.
Page 5, Chose the number for John...
Another thing I am looking at in Chapter one, plus other chapters is Timing. "His Timing is good" page 5.
Harry brings along his dog Max, a Bouvier des Flandres, on many car trips when it appears he may be stashing the goods. To parks, marina's to scuba dive, to north Jersey to parachute jump...
Their website has a link to the first 5 chapters for free, we have till March 2017 before we can submit an answer to the contest. Since Harry Strickland pulled of a few heists, not sure if he hid the cash and jewels in one spot or many. From the Edgar Allen Poe reference, I am thinking it is one...
At the beginning of the book, like the forward, It reads: "Suit your tactics to your enemy, when in a quarrel with a gentleman, The Queensberry rules apply, For everyone else, No Holds Barred " Col. M. Hoare
I looked up, No Holds Barred and it is a boxing term. Bet you knew that!
All I can...
So, Clues, I am looking at in Chapter 1 :
The first 4 word's that start this chapter in Italics are Harry Strickland Eyed the (So maybe the letter is I or I'd, like to I'd something?)
Page 2, He remembered as a kid reading Edgar Allan Poe's -The Purloined Letter in school, Everyone in the...