by Robert H. Lieberman
The unusual tale of Doris Rumsey, a 59-year-old hunched librarian who turns out to be pregnant.
Claiming that she has never been with a man, Doris ultimately gives birth in a field to a baby girl. From the moment of birth, the child can sing— and sing as no other human being has ever sung.
This is the story of Baby and her other-worldly melody, of her fame and exploitation.