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A Turn of the Century Tale of Evil and Beauty! Her name is Rei. Her code name: Chimera . The dark wasteland of the underworld is her home. People call her many things, but she is always known as an angel of death. Where Rei treads, she leaves nothing but death and grief. An expert marksman, a silent assassin, and more woman then meets the eye, but her dark secret will soon be exposed. Is this her fate for all eternity? Trapped in her own private hell of death and destruction....
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