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Part one Summary Frank and Joe Hardy are on a trip to Arizonas magnificent Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument with father There they meet their fathers old friend Winston Grisham or Grish as he liked to be called Grish takes the Hardys on a tour showing them around the park Frank spots big tire marks and questions Grish why there are big tire marks Grish tell them that there are cactus thieves So there is another case for the Hardys to solve Frank and Joe decide to help Grish Grish does not agree at first but afterwards hi agrees Fenton Hardy invites Grish for dinner Then they see a blue pickup truck coming their way They all manage to escape it The Hardys ask Grish who it was Grish tells them that it was David Kidwell Grish yells at Kidwell and asks him why he did that Kidwell replies that he came to get his shovel The Hardys introduce themselves too Kidwell Kidwell apologizes to Grish and tells him that he will talk to him inn the morning Then he rides away Kidwell becomes the first suspect of the Hardys Grish said that he has the background and skills to be able to dig up a large plant Grish told us that most of the campers stay for weeks or even months He told the Hardys about a professor named Townsend and his daughter Diane They were doing some biological research He drove away Grish comes for dinner After dinner Joe and Frank take a stroll while Fenton and Grish talk Frank and Joe see somebody in the dark Finding out that he has been noticed he flees But Frank and Joe catch up with him and ask him who he was He tells them that he is Raymond Perez and he is an artist Then they become friend The next day they see the professor going out into the desert Frank and
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