The Patron Saint of Desperate Situations

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Ugly rumors of murder and larceny threaten the reputation of Carson City, Nevada’s spunky and beloved Judith Kingston, wife of Judge Hollis Kingston. But "J's" contemporary, author "E" in the north can't have God being so casual, and first appears as a voice, commanding Abraham to leave his people in Mesopotamia and settle in Canaan.3 Yahweh, in his transformation from a pagan Canaanite god to the god of the Jews, becomes a cruel and vindictive god in the hands of author "J." Gilbert Morris, When the Heavens Fall (2010), about a young man who sinks into vice after being expelled from the army but finds his conscience when he witnesses executions of Protestants during Mary Tudor's reign; Christian message; #2 in the Winslow Breed trilogy.

Pages: 298

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (September 20, 2012)

ISBN: 147923849X

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