Bless the Child

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Simon & Schuster, Aug 1, 2000 - Fiction - 608 pages
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AN INNOCENT CHILD IN MORTAL DANGER.
AN AGE-OLD BATTLE BETWEEN GOOD AND EVIL.

Praised for creating fiction that "will keep you turning pages night after night" "(The Dallas Morning News)," bestselling author Cathy Cash Spellman imagines a terrifying realm of devilish menace in a novel that will touch your heart -- and chill you to the bone.

Vibrant, youthful, and a grandmother at forty-two, Maggie O'Connor has lovingly raised her drug-addicted daughter's child ever since the newborn appeared on her doorstep three years ago. But when little Cody is kidnapped and sequestered inside a satanic cult, Maggie's world is shattered by unimaginable evil. Drawing strength from the bond she shares with her granddaughter, Maggie vows to fight anyone and everyone who dares to claim this child for themselves.

Even the Devil.

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Cathy Cash Spellman is the author of three New York Times bestselling novels -- So Many Partings, An Excess of Love, and Paint the Wind -- as well as a nonfiction work, Notes to My Daughters. She has been published in sixteen countries. Formerly a vice president at Bloomingdale's and creative director at Revlon, she teaches several alternative-medicine disciplines, holds Black Belt rank in Goju Ryu karate, writes about alternative healing for many publications, and is the astrology columnist for Mode magazine.

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