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Cowboys and awesome train fights, enough said They're usually set in a small town, with an amateur (though highly educated) woman as sleuth. Isaiah's second innovation was the notion that the commandments of the god should be integrated into the very lives of those who follow him, and not just be restricted to temple observance and ritual. You are writing fiction based on some element of history, after all, and are not obligated to ensure every detail is historically correct.

Pages: 260

Publisher: Thorndike Press; 1 edition (August 23, 2004)

ISBN: 0786268816

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