Blood of the Lamb

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Bleak House Books, 2004 - Fiction - 287 pages
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Florida prison chaplain John Jordan investigates the baffling and disturbing murder of the seven year-old adopted daughter of ex-con turned televangelist, Bobby Earl Caldwell--a murder committed in John's own locked office when Bobby Early conducts a service in the Potter Correctional Institution chapel. Second in a series.

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BLOOD OF THE LAMB

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Second in a prison-crime series of realistic drama and surprising character depth.When televangelist Bobby Earl Caldwell and his wife Bunny show up at Potter Correctional Institution to proselytize to ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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