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Shadows and Light

(Leyendas #3)

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Miguel never expected to be making a journey with Death, but from the start he knows there is something different about this journey. As Miguel and Death set out to save an old friend, Natalia and La Llorona come closer to discovering the truth about what lies in the darkness. As they search for the one god who might be able to stop it, they find something completely ...more
Published October 27th 2020 by Snowy Wings Publishing

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Selenia Paz loves to write stories containing elements of mystery and of the supernatural. When not writing, she loves to read and run with her dogs. She received her Master of Library Science degree from Texas Womans University in 2010, and has been a librarian ever since. Her short story Broken English was the Honor winner of Lee & Low Publishings New Voices Award. ...more

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