Gospel fever: a novel about America's most beloved TV evangelist

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Doubleday, 1980 - Fiction - 258 pages
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Rival evangelists resort to scandal and blackmail in an attempt to destroy Brother Tim Bishop, the slick businessman-preacher who runs America's most successful evangelical television station

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
13
Section 3
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About the author (1980)

The medical background of Frank Slaughter is evident in much of his work; he received his medical degree from Johns Hopkins University in 1930. He uses medical terminology to give his books authenticity. Slaughter began writing as a hobby---first short stories and then novels---and he has also written nonfiction. A fascination with biblical stories led him to write The Road to Bithynina (1951), a book about St. Luke, who was also a physician. Slaughter enjoys research and does many revisions of his manuscripts, and his hard work shows in the well-crafted books he produces. Having more than 60 million books in print testifies to Slaughter's long-lasting popularity in America and abroad.

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