The Frontier Trilogy by Jethro Compton

By Jethro Compton

Beloved, don't avenge yourselves, yet go away it to the wrath of God, for it's written, "Vengeance is mine, i'm going to repay." Romans 12:19 This e-book additionally contains brief tales - San Sebastian and Noche de Sangre - which extend the realm of the plays.

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