A Cross to Bare

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iUniverse, Aug 22, 2001 - Fiction - 324 pages
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whats the best way to tell everyone that they dont need to conform to the established, prejudiced religions, or the self-serving corporations and governmentor the media and celebrities who dictate whats important and/or fashionable? And how do you get noticed?
- Jackson Cross, The Judas Conspiracy

A Cross to Bare is the fictional biography of Jackson Cross, media manipulator, stand-up comic, and author of an extremely inflammatory novel involving the Crucifixion.

It is a satirical, theological, sci-fi thriller, with elements as esoteric as the teenage clones of the Rat Pack, Howard Stern as Satan, Timothy Learys blood genetically engineered into a synthetic hallucinogen, Paul McCartney as Death, and more.

Jackson Cross. Hell doubt for you.

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Contents

And now for something completely different
83
Cross Examined
159
Revelations
241
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About the author (2001)

James Allan Fredrick endured 12 years of formal Catholic education. This experience prompted a smattering of horror short stories which he published in various ’zines throughout the ’90s. He pays the rent by writing advertising copy for the corporate machines (or did, before the Suits got wind of this thing).

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