Passion of the Obsidian Butterfly

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Trafford Publishing, 2003 - Fiction - 298 pages
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David Minor, an American importer on vacation in Acapulco, Mexico, meets a mysterious French beauty named Linda, who aggressively enters his life and reveals Mexicos paradoxical past and cynical present. On this dangerous and mystical odyssey, they unmask a Nazi war criminal, a fraudulent priest, a cruel revolutionary assassin who tries to control her family, shamans who spread myth and fear, and grave robbers who steal the souls and identity of their own country. The clash of distant times and cultures collide with the present, altering David's life forever. The legend of the Obsidian Butterfly continues.

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Morse of Yale University.

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