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By Daniel Easterman

A world mystery within the vintage culture by way of the writer of "The 7th Sanctuary", this tale follows the path of homicide and secret initiated via the abduction of a tender guy. His father's seek leads him to Mongolia and an come across with the goddess Chindamani.

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