The Coming of the King
by Bernie Babcock
Publisher: ManyBooks 1921
Number of pages: 229
This story of the little house at Behtany is worthy of a place among the few really great novels based on the New Testament -- Ben-Hur, Saul of Tarsus, Quo Vadis must admit The Coming of the King to their select company.
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