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Revision as of 15:56, January 14, 2020

Btvs The subject of this article is non-canonical.
While created as part of licensed material, it has not been confirmed as part of the "real" Buffyverse continuity.

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



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...




Organizations and titles



  • Los Angeles

Behind the scenes


International titles

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


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