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New FREE 1,000+ Page Class Novel on Amazon.com Compassion I and II By Lawrence David Niren

Added: (Sun Feb 10 2019)

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Lawrence David Niren, the author of the very controversial political thriller fantasy novel, JUVIA, KENNEDY & THE TRIAL AND CONFESSION OF TRUMP, and the shocking thriller, THE LEX TALIONIS OF BRETT KAVANAUGH, announces the new FREE releases of his huge novel COMPASSION, on Amazon in 2 books, COMPASSION I and COMPASSION 11. These 2 novels are FREE to read on Amazon.com starting February 9, 2019.

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COMPASSION is an 1,000+ page epic novel, about the finding of God; the Tower of Babel in the late 20th Century; a horrific murder that follows the murderer for over 40 years and details a wild chase around the world; the REAL story of Jesus' actual Cup Of the Holy Grail, and how the Nazis found it and brought it to Berlin, and then after the Allies won the war, they took it to Fort Knox, guarded by the most extraordinary security system in the world; explicit erotic intimate lesbian details of a polygamous family - with sex like the Bible; the famous Rockefeller and Grumbacher families; as the novel covers 100 years in the lives of these people, with many having lived a century in real life, and travels with them to Montreal, New York, Boston, Miami, Washington DC, Fort Knox, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Germany, Norway, Italy, Switzerland, Morocco, Poland, and Israel. This is a novel for readers who love classic epic novels about the finding of God, in the realm of works like the Bible, Dostoyevsky, Dickens, Hugo, Faulkner, Nabokov, and Kafka.

Lawrence David Niren San Diego 619-206-6883 juviaandlluvia@juvialluvia.com

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