Hasta la sepultura

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It was with good reason that in 1500, Queen Isabella of Spain issued an official decree permanently closing the secret passageways that lie below the city of Salamanca, and it was with rash judgment that now, Nico and Adriana decide to explore them. Their investigation will prove more telling and more dangerous than either imagined. They discover that the legendary evil lurking below Salamanca is not so mythical after all… And there is more than one kind of evil that thrives in the passageways.


  • 400 unique words; total word count: 12,000
  • 107 pages of text
  • written in past tense
  • setting: Salamanca, Spain

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Author: Kristy Placido
Year of publication: 2016
Number of pages: 140 (including glossary)
ISBN: 978-1-940408-98-9
Illustrated: by Marilyn Fusilier
| mevr A.J. van der Gugten-Oosterhuis 11-01-2018 11:17

Spannend verhaal met mystieke ontwikkelingen. Vreemde dingen gebeuren er. Niet allemaal even logisch . Maar die maken je wel nieuwsgierig naar het volgende hoofdstuk. "Wat gaat er nu weer gebeuren ? " Er worden veel woorden gebruikt uit de wereld van de detectives. De verleden tijden komen ruimschoots aan bod.

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