Javier Sierra lives in Spain, where he is a celebrated radio and television presenter, and author.
Jennifer Narody, once a U.S. defense department worker, sees it. So did Mexico's Jumano tribe over 300 years ago. And so does journalist Carlos Albert in the midst of a snowstorm that brings him to the door of a forgotten convent. It's a vision of a lady in blue, and she's at the center of this new work from the author of The Secret Supper. With an eight-city tour. Copyright 2007 Reed Business Information.
Destiny propels an agnostic journalist to rediscover his faith in this intriguing paranormal puzzler about a mysterious bilocating "lady in blue" from bestseller Sierra (The Secret Supper). In 1629, Sister Mar!a Jes#s de Agreda appeared more than 500 times to the Jumano Indians of New Mexico and converted them to Christianity-without ever leaving her monastery in Spain. (The Inquisition suspected her of witchcraft.) In 1991, Spanish journalist Carlos Albert interviews Giuseppe Baldi, a Benedictine priest and musicologist about his 1972 Chronovision machine reported to recapture sounds as well as images from the past. (The Vatican censured Baldi.) Albert later stumbles on Agreda's monastery in Spain, while in Los Angeles, Jennifer Narody, a former U.S. intelligence agent working on a secret project for the Vatican, deals with unusual dreams and receives a startling stolen religious text. Sierra's heady tale about a true flying nun should entertain Christian paranormal buffs, though some readers might have welcomed more about that Chronovision time machine. (June) Copyright 2007 Reed Business Information.