cpanel.builttospill.reclaim.hosting/the-investigation-club.php Terry tells Nancy of his suspicions of the Tinos, a Mexican couple posing as scientists who vanished the same night as Dr. Nancy and her friends follow a tangled trail of clues that lead to the Florida Keys and finally to Mexico in this suspense-filled story that will thrill readers.
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The Clue of the Black Keys (Nancy Drew #28) Hardcover – January 1, by 23 customer reviews. Book 28 of 64 in the Nancy Drew Mystery Stories Series. Editorial Reviews. From the Back Cover. Terry Scott, a young archaeology professor, seeks Book 28 of in Nancy Drew Mysteries.
After those things happened, Terry went to Mexico and Nancy decided to join the educational trip of Dr. Anderson in the Florida Keys. A day before Nancy went to Florida, Juarez searched their house for the half-key, but couldn't find it. When Nancy got to Florida she asked Dr. Fran Oakes introduces Nancy to Jack Walker, her cousin. The fisherman told her about the Black Falcon. During their rest, Nancy found the burned letters in Porterlys' place.
There was an unburned part of letter that talked about her, and she concluded that the Porterlys had an evil plan for her. Nancy and Dr. Anderson saw Juarez Tino in a speedboat while they were searching the Florida Keys looking for where the Black Falcon sunk. They tried to follow him but he lost them.
Nancy decides to return there the next day.
Anderson won't allow her to go alone, but Terry joins her. They studied the Florida Keys and were found a hidden island where they found a hidden hut, where Dr Pitt was imprisoned. Jack and Fran called the police. Nancy and Terry stayed with Dr. Pitt until Mr. Juarez Tino, together with the Wagnells and Porterlys, arrived. They were able to get the half-key from Nancy. They asked Dr. Pitt to reveal the remaining clue and tell him that if he doesn't tell, something might happen to Nancy. He said that they can find the treasure in Mexico, in a little-known jungle region.
They bring Dr. Pitt to Mexico and leave Nancy to their wives.
The police arrived in time to free Nancy and Terry. They told Dr. Anderson that they must go to Mexico to follow the villain and rescue Dr. They went to Mexico and captured the thieves. Pitt thought that they wouldn't be able to see the treasure, but Nancy helped them find it.
Subjects Juvenile Fiction Mystery. Terry Scott, a young archaeology professor, seeks Nancy's help in unearthing a secret of antiquity which can only be unlocked by three black keys. While on an archaeological expedition in Mexico, Terry and Dr. Joshua Pitt came across a clue to buried treasure.
The clue was a cipher carved on a stone tablet. Before the professor had time to translate the cipher, the tablet disappeared — along with Dr. Terry tells Nancy of his suspicions of the Tinos, a Mexican couple posing as scientists who vanished the same night as Dr. Nancy and her friends follow a tangled trail of clues that lead to the Florida Keys and finally to Mexico in this suspense-filled story that will thrill readers.