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Archivist Claire Reynier may have a priceless find on her hands. A woman named Isabel Santos has discovered a faded document hidden for hundreds of years under the floor of her family's adobe house. It could be the controversial last words of a Jewish mystic condemned to death by the Inquisition in Mexico City. But before Claire can establish the document’s authenticity, it disappears, and tragedy visits the Santos family. As Claire searches for the missing paper, she fears that uncovering the history of a dark and dangerous time may bolster her career - at the cost of her life.

©2003 Judith Van Gieson (P)2013 AudioGO

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  • Donna
  • 23-12-15

Librarians, Jews and others

will enjoy this book. Genealogy buffs will qppreciate the family thread that weaves through the mystery and Archivists will applaud the PR for their avocation. Detective book readers will like the mystery.

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  • Beatrice
  • 31-03-14

very good mystery

All of the books in this series are very good. This mystery is no exception. This is a very good book and is well worth a credit.