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The Tome of Urquizá

Dr. Olazábal gasped. “Can it be?” Kimmy helped him move the ancient book to a stone table. The cover was made from jaguar hide, the pages from human skin. Carefully, Olazábal opened it. “It’s The Tome of Urquizá!” cheered Olazábal. … Continue reading

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