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The Executioner - Codex Dracula #3 - cover

The Executioner - Codex Dracula #3

Viorel Moraru

Publisher: Viorel Moraru

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The Executioner is the follow-up to Codex Dracula. The action shifts from the Middle Ages into an alternate and gloomy present. 
Synopsis: In a cursed city, two detectives follow the trail of blood let by a mysterious assassin, who inflicts to his victims gruesome punishments inspired by the Medieval Criminal Code. 
Warning Mature Content!

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