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The Epistles of Roxxy - cover

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The Epistles of Roxxy

Louis Simon

Publisher: Lulu.com

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Summary

The Almighty asks Saul of Tarsus to change his name, and just one more thing...  The ministry that results is unlike any kind ever before seen.  Filled with inspiration of the Masterson faith, she travels far and wide in search of converts.  Albeit, it ends in a Roman prison, where her fate hangs in balance.
Available since: 02/13/2014.

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