A Cross to Bare

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iUniverse, Aug 22, 2001 - Fiction - 324 pages
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“…what’s the best way to tell everyone that they don’t need to conform to the established, prejudiced religions, or the self-serving corporations and government…or the media and celebrities who dictate what’s 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 Leary’s blood genetically engineered into a synthetic hallucinogen, Paul McCartney as Death, and more.

Jackson Cross. He’ll doubt for you.

Join the Conspiracy at www.judasconspiracy.com


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