Javier Sierra, author of international bestseller The Secret Supper, now offers us a novel of mystery and intrigue about one of the oldest and most bizarre lasleyendas of America-the blue lady.
In Los Angeles, Jennifer Narody, former Defense Department spy, dream repeatedly with a ghostly woman dressed in blue. Jennifer does not know, but that same spirit appeared more than three centuries ago the leaders of an Indian tribe of New Mexico. Apparently, the real responsibility for those events was a Spanish nun who could "bilocate"-that is, had the ability to be in two places at once.
Meanwhile in Spain, a snowstorm stops the journalist Carlos Albert isolated in the remote town of Agreda. They know the monastery he founded in the seventeenth century woman in blue habits. Intrigued by his powers, decides to investigate.
These threads, linked by the apparent suicide of a priest in Rome, take Carlos to Los Angeles, where Jennifer Narody nightmares hold the key to a mystery that the Catholic Church, the Department of Defense United States and other mysterious forces for which it is better not to speak, are determined to hide. The Secret of the Blue Lady bilocations is at stake.
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Washington Square Press
June 17, 2007
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