Dan Burry, a high school principal, has been trying to help a troulbed student who, it seems, has become involved in a burglary ring. Burry hopes to prove to the boy, using a mysterious flier the boy had, that he knows all about what’s going on and that the boy would be better cooperating with the police, but it is only Henry who is able to make the flier unmysterious.
A very weak story. The set-up is long and convoluted, and the resolution far-fetched.
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