Blood Runes

Adult
If you love historical fiction, this novel will cut your breath from the beginning.
A Viking castaway dragged to Yucatan.Treasure in the ruins of a Maya temple. Nazis searching the mythical city of Thule beyond the Arctic Circle. A virtual society of researchers trying to elucidate some ancient rune inscriptions. Cultural goods looters commanded by an ex- KGB Colonel. Vibrant thriller. More

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About Cedric Daurio

Cedric Daurio es el seudónimo adoptado por un novelista argentino para cierto tipo de narrativa, en general thrillers paranormales y cuentos con contenidos esotéricos.
El autor ha vivido en Nueva York durante años y ahora reside en Buenos Aires, su ciudad natal. Su estilo es despojado, claro y directo, y no vacila en abordar temas espinosos.
Cedric Daurio is the pseudonym adopted by an Argentine novelist for a certain type of narrative, in general paranormal thrillers and stories with esoteric content.
The author has lived in New York for years and now resides in Buenos Aires, his hometown. His style is stripped, clear and direct, and does not hesitate to address thorny issues.

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About the Series: The Bluthund Community
Bluthund is an informal group, without statutes but with a governing body, which was formed in social networks but then took a more hermetic and even somewhat secret status. It includes researchers from the most diverse disciplines, who often do not know each other personally, and yet collaborate through the Internet in the resolution of cases and problems of difficult handling. It has no financial support from governments or any type of organizations. They have certain particularities regarding their research methods,coming from both the positive sciences and from alternative knowledge branches.

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