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Mr. Chalk’s appearance as a small man was not so much related to his physical size but more to his stature. His dark brown suit, caramel shirt, yellow tie and deeply shined shoes were perfectly matched. The proportions of the ensemble fit Mr. Chalk as if tailored only for him.
Mr Chalk had been arrested earlier that day and was now sitting in the holding cell of the Dodd County Jail. He was waiting for the arrival of another prisoner, a notorious biker named Lester Hawkins.
The aftermath of that meeting is still discussed by the Dodd County police force. Lester succumbed to an unnatural demise while Mr. Chalk disappeared. How Lester died is still an open case.

Later that week, Professor Ruth Hawkins was hurrying to her office. She fumbled for her office keys as she balanced her collection of books, binders, student papers and notes on her right arm. Her attempts to balance all the different loads suddenly turned into a juggling act. The juggling act was short lived, however, as Ruth now stood in front of her office door holding only her key ring. All previously held books, binders, notes and student papers were now lying on the floor. Ruth calmly looked at the key ring, selected the correct key and swung open her office door. She took one small step behind the pile of paper academia lying on the floor and swept her right foot forward. The papers shot into her office and fell like autumn leaves spreading completely across the floor, her desk and Mr. Chalk sitting in Ruth’s chair.
And so, Mr. Chalk met Ruth Hawkins. Together, they would embark on a journey that would span the centuries, discover untold wealth and seek out the truth of an unknown prophet.
Follow the adventures of Mr. Chalk and Ruth as they encounter obstacles and adversaries along the way. But be warned. Mr. Chalk is dangerous.

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