California Angel

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Signet, a division of Penguin Books, Dec 1, 1996 - Fiction - 400 pages
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Believing she is an angel, a woman embarks on a voyage into the supernatural, a trip that reaches its climax in a courtroom trial that becomes a battleground between man and magic, in the popular novel that has been expanded to include readers' letters. Original.

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User Review  - OodsAteMyDingo - LibraryThing

I first read this book back in 1996 or so when it first came out (or was re-released, I'm not really sure) I was about 10 or so when I read it, and didn't understand a lot of what was in the book, but ... Read full review

California Angel

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An inspirational novel about a woman with miraculous powers? That's quite a switch from the prolific author of thrillers like Mitigating Circumstances. A Literary Guild featured alternate. Read full review


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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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