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'''Bruja''' is an original novel based on the U.S. television series ''Angel''.
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{{Noncanon}}
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{{Book
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|title = ''Bruja''
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|image = Bruja.jpg
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|tagline = The Weeping Woman has awakened...
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|type = Novel
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|author = [[Mel Odom]]
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|date = September 3, [[2001]]
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|pages = 336
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|publisher = [[Pocket Books]]
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|isbn = 9780743407014
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}}
   
L.A. is shocked when a woman attacks a priest. The woman had just confessed to the priest that she had murdered her own son. Meanwhile, Angel and Co. get reports of a woman fighting with teens across L.A. The woman appears to be everywhere, a 'bruja' - a witch. She may be an embodiment of "La Llorona," known in Spanish lore as the "Weeping Woman." The priest soon goes into a coma, but Angel Investigations is busy with other matters: Doyle has a vision of a young mother and her son in danger at the docks. Meanwhile, Cordelia's looking for a big-shot producer's missing wife. Angel must find the connections between the missing wife and recent events.
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'''''{{PAGENAME}}''''' is an [[Angel novels|''Angel'' novel]]. Written by [[Mel Odom]], it was originally published on September 3, [[2001]] by [[Pocket Books]].
   
==Trivia==
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==Synopsis==
*Tagline:'The Weeping Woman has awakened.'
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THE WITCHING HOUR
*Characters include: [[Angel]], [[Cordelia Chase|Cordelia]], and [[Doyle (Angel)|Doyle]].
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Los Angeles is stunned when a priest is attacked by a woman who confesses to having murdered her own son. At the same time, [[Angel Investigations]] turns up reports of a madwoman floating in and out of gang fights, playgrounds, and flophouses populated by teen runaways... she's everywhere. She is a ''bruja'' — a [[witch]], and the embodiment of ''La Llorona'' — the "Weeping Woman" of Spanish lore. In any place she alights, a trail of death lingers.
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The priest soon lapses into a coma, but [[Angel]] and company have their hands full with other matters: [[Allen Francis Doyle|Doyle]] is wracked with a [[visions|vision]] of a young mother and her son in danger, out by the docks. Meanwhile, [[Cordelia Chase|Cordy]] is busy searching for a big-shot producer's missing wife. The trio is running out of time. Angel has to find a possible connection between the wife who's gone MIA and the mother on the docks before he himself is stopped — by a [[spirit|phantom]] whose mere touch brings death itself...
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==Continuity==
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*The events of this story take place during [[Angel season 1|''Angel'' season 1]], between novels ''[[Avatar]]'' and ''[[The Summoned]]''.
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==Appearances==
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===Individuals===
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*[[Angel]]
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*[[Cordelia Chase]]
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*[[Allen Francis Doyle]]
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===Organizations and titles===
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*[[Angel Investigations]]
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===Species===
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*[[Brachen demon]]
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*[[Human]]
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*[[Vampire]]
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===Locations===
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*Los Angeles
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==Behind the scenes==
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===Production===
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*The cover features promotional pictures taken for [[Angel season 1|''Angel'' season 1]].
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===International titles===
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*'''French:''' ''Bruja''
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*'''German:''' ''Blutige Tränen'' (Bloody Tears)
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==Gallery==
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<gallery captionalign="center">
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Bruja FR.jpg|Cover in France
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Bruja DE.jpg|Cover in Germany
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</gallery>
   
 
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[[Category:Angel novels]]

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Bruja is an Angel novel. Written by Mel Odom, it was originally published on September 3, 2001 by Pocket Books.

SynopsisEdit

THE WITCHING HOUR

Los Angeles is stunned when a priest is attacked by a woman who confesses to having murdered her own son. At the same time, Angel Investigations turns up reports of a madwoman floating in and out of gang fights, playgrounds, and flophouses populated by teen runaways... she's everywhere. She is a bruja — a witch, and the embodiment of La Llorona — the "Weeping Woman" of Spanish lore. In any place she alights, a trail of death lingers.

The priest soon lapses into a coma, but Angel and company have their hands full with other matters: Doyle is wracked with a vision of a young mother and her son in danger, out by the docks. Meanwhile, Cordy is busy searching for a big-shot producer's missing wife. The trio is running out of time. Angel has to find a possible connection between the wife who's gone MIA and the mother on the docks before he himself is stopped — by a phantom whose mere touch brings death itself...

ContinuityEdit

AppearancesEdit

IndividualsEdit

Organizations and titlesEdit

SpeciesEdit

LocationsEdit

  • Los Angeles

Behind the scenesEdit

ProductionEdit

International titlesEdit

  • French: Bruja
  • German: Blutige Tränen (Bloody Tears)

GalleryEdit

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