An account of the story of Jesus, as told by a Roman legionary, Lucius, to two Roman children, Claudia and Marcus. Saville draws attention to the real locations in the story - "perhaps in your lifetime travel by air will be so easy and cheap that you will be able to see what remains of the little towns and villages, as well as the actual green hills and snow capped mountains and the lovely lake at Galilee where so many strange word were spoken and surprising things happened."
First published by Mowbray, 1967
132 pp, Price 10/6, Dustjacket Hermsen
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