St. George’s Dragon (A Tuck-Bronwyn Mystery)

Posted: January 4, 2013 by Ty in Tuck & Bronwyn Mystery E-Novels
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In 1969 the Church universal declared St. George a mythical figure, making his feast day optional. This was part of one of the greatest coverups in church history. The true story of St. George and his Dragon dates back to the 4th century CE Libya, and it opens up a world of mystery, intrigue, murder, and action within Sherwood City, AB, Canada.

This is the first Tuck & Bronwyn Mystery, enjoy!

Read HERE: StGeorges Dragon

English: Icon of St. George killing the dragon...

English: Icon of St. George killing the dragon, third quarter of the 15 th century, Struga, in St. George church in Struga, Macedonia (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

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