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Suma de Letras, 2005 - Fiction - 381 pages
In a cemetery on the outskirts of a town haunted by an age-old curse, the corpse of a reporter is found. Thirty years later, a young journalist sets out to discover the terrible secret that led to his death, a secret that has plagued generations of initiates in the occult sciences of every culture. Visiting Old Toledo, Egypt and Paris, with the help of Hieronymus Van Aecken, El Bosco, our hero will uncover the clues revealing a millenary search for other realities.

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User Review  - danibcn - Borders

Is a great book. Plenty of mystery and sometimes horror. Iker Jimenez does a great job in his first novel. Everyone who knows his work as a journalist in Spain should read this book. Read full review


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