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Bruja (Angel) (edition 2001)

by Mel Odom

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Title:Bruja (Angel)
Authors:Mel Odom
Info:Simon Spotlight Entertainment (2001), Mass Market Paperback, 336 pages
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This book is for Tara O'Shea for her enthusiasm and support and funny email for the last few years
For Micol Ostow, who always had a kind word and has been an absolute pleasure to work with
And for all my nieces and nephews who want to see their names in a book...

In Minnesota:

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In Oklahoma:

Imoneta Odom, John Ross Odom, and Justin Odom
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Father Carlos Oliveria swept the floor at the head of the church where he'd delivered the funeral eulogy only an hour before.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0743407016, Mass Market Paperback)

Even the streetwise populace of Los Angeles is stunned when a priest is attacked by a woman who confesses to the murder of her own son. At the same time, Angel Investigations turns up reports of a madwoman who appears at gang fights, playgrounds and flophouses frequented by teenage runaways...She seems to be everywhere. She is a 'bruja' - a witch - and the living embodiment of La Llorona - the 'weeping woman' who plays such a central role in Spanish lore. Wherever she is, a trail of death follows her. The priest lapses into a coma. Doyle is wracked by visions of a young mother and her son in danger, down by the dockside. Cordelia finds herself on the trail of a film producer's missing wife. It is up to Angel to find the connection between them before he is stopped by the phantom whose touch brings death...and all of them are running out of time.

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Angel is tracking reports of a strange and dangerous woman who fits the description of "La Llorona", a legendary witch of Spanish lore, who leaves a trail of death and destruction wherever she goes.

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