Tex: A Novel About an Unforgettable Bible-Thumping Texan

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Xlibris Corporation, Jul 16, 2009 - Fiction - 149 pages
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In the psychedelic Sixties, Tex Parsons travels to California to rescue his cousin Jillian from a cult that engages in sexual and religious practices which, he is convinced, threaten not only her chastity but her very soul. Unfortunately, while hunting down Jillian, Tex encounters the ravishing Conchitaa temptress who severely tests both his born-again Christianity and his marriage. During his California adventure, zany Tex discovers gold in the Sierra Nevada, kidnaps Cousin Jillian, sparks a melee or two, takes on the cults guru in a boxing match, and preaches a rousing sermon to the stoned cultists.

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Hey tex- mex dumb dumb you need not worry about the sin of others thats not your job!! if you want anwser's look inside your self then pray about it... duh

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Cooper has published short stories, humor pieces and essays in a variety of magazines, as well as a book of nonfiction humor with Penguin. In addition to The Queen’s Assassin the author has published a zany character novel, Tex, an experimental novel about Internet travel, Mister Right, a satire titled The President’s Dilemma, and a mystery, Who Killed Colleen? Cooper graduated from the University of California-Berkeley and now lives in Colorado.

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