The lives of two men--a young Haitian refugee fleeing his country's secret police, and a young New York jewelry-store owner--collide when they each become fall under the influence of an elderly voodoo priestess and become entangled in a deadly secret that leaves a trail of blood from Haiti to New York. Reprint.
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