A quick search on social media found some pictures inside the clubhouse, including one video clip of a man receiving a headjob who had a swastika on his inner thigh, whose facebook account named him as Aaron Kent. By looking at all the social media pictures they got a decent idea of the layout of the hut including where a door locked by keypad was stationed and that two augmented attractive woman security guards act as protection for the party while attempting to blend in.
So they drove to the location in their pest control van and Nomad 6 used Paths to step them right to the front door whereupon Miami hastily bypassed the electronic security using larceny. They opened the door and Nomad 6 used Paths to get through the Tiki Hut and under the keypad locked doorway into the study. How did he use Paths to accomplish these things? Basically he warped reality so that they could reach the doors without being spotted in the middle and could pass beneath the door gap because the dimensions were enlarged while their dimensions were reduced. Kooky, huh?
They found the room to be a study containing books on eugenics, medicine and law. Miami found his own books in a safe which he quickly disarmed by using fingerprint powder on the keypad. He also find a series of vials which Oxford soon determined (with the aid of Miami's electronic forensics kit) had one vial full of an enzyme that unzipped DNA. He checked the DNA against everyone in the group's (other than Leningrad's) and found that one vial matched his own DNA.
Miami's stolen books included a bunch I swiped from Grant's Military Bookshop play-by-post and adapted for use in this game's plot:
"The Sette of Odd Volumes"
“The Book Of The Thousand Nights”
“An Investigation into the Oracle of Sidon”
“The Wooden Book”
MY PLAYER WARNING: Only Miami may read this.
“An Account of the Ottoman Kingdom, and select locations in the Holy Land”
They returned home and discussed what they found. Miami wouldn't let anyone read "The Wooden Book" as he feels the depiction on the cover refers to himself. Oxford read all of the others and used his Trained Memory to memorise as much as he could. It took five days (storm rapidly approaching now) for him to go over it all but he managed to glean a few details that were shared between them.
Several of the books refer to the Ottoman Empire or Germany and also touch upon Paris. Two of them mention myths and rumors about relics of a person broken into pieces. The person is meant to be some sort of saint who is meant to be larger than human and better than human though appearing human (some sort of ubermensch, perhaps?) and possession of all of the relics is meant to confer that blessing to those surrounding it. The name Sedefkar scrolls comes up twice in one book and twice in another. Other than that, Oxford can't really add much to it all because he's no occultist.
Since it took him awhile to cross reference it (and since he lacked access to The Wooden Book), that's all the information they have gleaned from them thus far. A better academic or, better yet, a skilled occultist researching it could find out more.