The Tabernacle Bar: A Novel
The Tabernacle Bar may not answer such questions as: Where did we come from? Where are we going? And will there be something good to eat there? But it does know what happens when Jessie Cannon turns to the angel Moroni to help make her small-town bar a success. Susan Palmer rides border patrol in a land where Saints and sinners meet, a world where the truth may not make you free, but it will definitely entertain you.
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