The seventh scroll is nearly 4000 years old. Within it lies the clues to a treasure from an almost forgotten time. Duraid Al Simmu and his wife, Royan, were the first to discover the scrolls. When Duraid is murdered, Royan seeks refuge in England but she must find the courage to return to Ethiopia.
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