With her professional credentials, Doctor Maria Donovan could have practiced anywhere. But she accepted a position in a Texas town bordering the Rio Grande River because of a desire to return to her childhood roots. Shortly after beginning her practice, she hospitalized a terrified, sixteen year old, Mexican girl, claiming Satan wanted to kill her. Though diagnosing the girl as psychotic, Maria could not dismiss the possibility of bewitchment. Shortly afterwards, because of certain mysterious happenings, Maria enters a nightmarish world where her life is in danger and little is what it seems. To survive, Maria must use all her cunning along with her gift of second sight.
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About the Author
Aside from publishing nonfiction books, such as King of the Mountain, The Price of Greatness and How Do We Know Who We Are?, Arnold Ludwig has authored several other novels, including The Gods of Mount Aesculapius, No One, LOCO and The R.S.V.P. Man.