The Secret Files of the Dakota King
4 Books

Jake MacKenzie

1987-1988

Longer stories filled with clues for a final verdict

The Secret Files of the Dakota King

This four part series from the 1980s contains several obscrue stories, each stretched over the full length of the book, but with many interview transcripts, imagery, and other clues littered throughout.

This all culminates in one final call to deduce the culprit of the mystery at the end, before a mugshot is shown and the solution explained

Books in this series
Operation Black Fang
Jake MacKenzie
1987

Dakota King offers a series of clues that should help the reader solve the mystery of a plane crash and its connection with a sacred Indian mountain and a secret government lab.

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3.8
☆☆☆☆☆
★★★★★
96 pages
ISBN 9780590407496
The Haunted City of Gold
Jake MacKenzie
1987

Readers can try to solve the mystery of who is trying to kill Dakota King and his assistant, Longh Gonh, as they search for a king's fortune buried in the jungle

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4.55
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★★★★★
96 pages
ISBN 9780590407502
Two-Wheeled Terror
Jake MacKenzie
1988

A search for a stolen bicycle leads King on a trail involving international customs and an ultramarathon bike race

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4
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★★★★★
96 pages
ISBN 9780590407519
The Ghost of the Lost Mine
Jake MacKenzie
1988

The reader assists Dakota King and his associate, Longh Gonh, as they try to solve the mystery of a haunted mine and track down the mine's previous owner, who tricked some inexperienced Easterners into buying it

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4.43
☆☆☆☆☆
★★★★★
96 pages
ISBN 9780590407526