Napoleon Vs. The Priests

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AuthorHouse, Sep 26, 2007 - Fiction - 264 pages
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In St. Francis Assisi, the parish priest ruled supreme of over all of his “lambs" with the exception of one. Napoleon LeGrand, a rich farmer and father of eighteen children would perform manual labor for the church, but when it came time to pay the tithe, the means he took to circumvent his yearly Christian duty remain legendary as the heated debates which ensued.

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