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The Slayer of Souls by Robert W. Chambers

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The Slayer of Souls
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Publisher: G. H. Doran
Number of pages: 314

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The Slayer of Souls concerns a young American girl raised by the Yezidee-Mongols, a murderous cult of killers with psychic power, who want to rule the world. Because of her training in the East and her own powers, she is all that stands in the way of their evil plans. With the help of a standard issue dashing viral hero, the state department, and a female friend from her temple days they face danger and she falls in love with the hero.

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