California angel

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Penguin Books, 1969 - Fiction - 396 pages
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With the same gripping suspense for which she is famous, Nancy Taylor Rosenberg now opens the door to a world where the laws of man come into riveting conflict with a far higher law. And in Toy Johnson, Rosenberg has created a heroine who will not only make readers believe in angels--but make them believe in human beings as well.

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User Review  - nordie - LibraryThing

meh. Nothing too taxing or challenging, despite the "the law trusts in logic, and truth goes on trial" tag line on the front of the book. kinda forgettable Read full review

CALIFORNIA ANGEL

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Veering off the fast track of vigilante police thrillers, Rosenberg (Mitigating Circumstances, 1992, etc.) spins a cloying tale of supernatural do-gooding. Wispy, nurturing Toy Johnson, a ... Read full review

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About the author (1969)

Crime novelist Nancy Taylor Rosenberg held a variety of jobs, ranging from model to probation officer. Her strong female lead characters and first-hand knowledge of police prodecures have made her works very popular.

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