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    On page 75, the author refers to a slot machine the same name as the book’s subtitle---Quest Mystery.

    At the bottom of the page this is written about the slot machine or the ‘quest mystery’---

    “Her eyes locked as musical riffs signaled a win, the machine zapping colored lines, 45 of them, with winning credits going to the bottom line.”


    Musical riffs signaled a win----a win of the quest mystery.

    Colored lines, 45 of them

    This could be a clue on what could signal a win or a method used to find the location of the dagger—

    With colored lines mentioned, it also coincides with a ‘color code’.


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    This puzzle is a piece of p*ss!

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    Vegas Die = Vegas Dye? a play on words, dye as in colors!

    Some Questors have been kicking around the idea of colors in the book pointing to a location for some time now. But which colors?

    Her eyes locked as musical riffs signaled a win, the machine zapping colored lines, 45 of them, with winning credits going to the bottom line.

    It seems to me we must find what color the bottom line is and then find every use of that color in the book. I wonder if slot machines use the same color pattern with the bottom line always the same color? I will have to verify this my next trip to the Strip.

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    On page 96---

    “easy jazz with BLUE RIFFS.”

    I think it could be the color blue---blue is both ‘musical’ and a ‘color’. 'musical riffs'=blue

    Are there 45 blue lines? Or sentences with the word ‘BLUE’ being used?



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