Eyes of the Virgin

Eyes of the Virgin

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Her world shattered when she is wrongfully accused of murdering her beloved husband and sister, computer programmer Kate Hudson stumbles on an international battle for control over a piece of stained glass that possesses supernatural powers. Reprint.

McMillan Palgrave
The Prophecies

The eyes of the Virgin Mother gaze out of the piece of stained glass, their expression wise and protective. From time to time, the Virgin "blinks," and words appear in the glass-cryptic prophecies which the Vatican decodes and discloses, carefully.

The Cabal

There are those outside the Church who believe that Mary's words will lead them to untold wealth and earthly power. They have stolen the glass, but not the code needed to unlock the prophecies.

The Lord Works in Mysterious Ways

A bloody message scrawled by her dying sister-pitches computer programmer Kate Hudson into a storm of conspiracies, assassinations, and espionage. Suspected of murdering her husband and her sister, Kate finds herself hunted by the police and the cabal alike. Can Kate's few allies keep her safe from the unstoppable assassin on her trail long enough for her to find the stolen glass?

And what will she do with it once it is in her hands? Should anyone really know the future?


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Nov 11, 2010

Pretty good in the beginning, but poorly edited & the ending was stupid - like the ending of Jedi

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