The Lady in Blue (TV Series / Film)

An interesting mix between history, church intrigue and folklore

Jennifer Narody works for the US Department of Defense, she has been dreaming for days with a woman in blue. In Spain, the young journalist Carlos Albert takes shelter from a snowstorm in a small village, and he finds a convent from the 17th century. The convent was founded by the legendary “lady in blue”, María Jesús Ágreda, a nun who had the power of bilocation, the talent of being present at two places at the same time.

Intrigued by the rumors about the talent of the lady in blue, he starts to investigate. He discovers that in 1629, an expedition of Franciscans reached New Mexico, and there, they found some natives tribes who affirmed having received the visit of María Jesús de Ágreda, a nun they used to call “The lady in blue”, who warned them about the future European invasions. The legend tells this was due to the power of bilocation. Pope Urbano VIII and Spanish King Felipe VI ordered the investigation of the case.

This investigation will take Carlos to cardinal Baldi and then to Los Angeles, where he will meet Jennifer, who, oblivious at first, realizes she holds the key for the race between the Catholic Church, the United States Department of Defense and the Spanish journalist to decoding bilocation.

The obsession to decode the nun’s secret and the existence of the Cronovisor, a device developed during Pope Pío XII times to recover sounds and images from the past, will cause more and more interest in the Vatican and American military. Each day, they will get closer to be able to travel in time using precise musical frequencies,  and reach that goal of using bilocation for future missions.


RELEVANT DATA: Sierra is one of the highest-selling Spanish authors internationally, he holds the Premio Planeta, among many other awards, and each of his novels has been in the Top 10 in the United States. He has been a bestseller of the New York Times and long bestseller internationally various times. His novels have been translated into 46 languages. He is known as the Spanish Dan Brown.

The Lady in blue has been published in more than 20 countries, and has been chosen as the Best Historical Novel of the Year in the United States.


What the critics have said:

“Sierra makes it all entertaining, intermixing history, churchly intrigue, folklore, spycraft, musicology and conspiracy journalism.” Kirkus Reviews


AUDIOVISUAL POTENTIAL: TV Series, Miniseries, Film, TV Movie.

AVAILABLE IN: English, Italian, Portuguese, Croatian, Bulgarian, Slovene, German, Estonian, Hungarian, Dutch, French, Polish.