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Danielle Trussoni - The Puzzle Master

 Book cover for "The Puzzle Master" by Danielle Trussoni
Random House

Novelist Danielle Trussoni is the author of the bestsellers “Angelology” and “Angelopolis.” She gives readers a thrilling ride with her latest, “The Puzzle Master.” Reality and the supernatural collide when an expert puzzle maker is thrust into an ancient mystery - one with explosive consequences for the fate of humanity.

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