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    The Devil's Disciple

    by George Bernard Shaw

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    1877. The American Civil War is raging and Dick Dudgeon is the Devil's Disciple, the black sheep in a self-righteous puritan family. But, then trapped in the house of the rebel leader, his mistaken identity leads him towards the gallows! and an act of heroism. Hardback 144pp

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