The Sin That Was His


By Frank L. Packard

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The Sin That Was His is a lovely story of a group of career criminals. The story follows their slow redemption at the hands of a Christ-like healer that they had planned to exploit. A cynical Yukon gambler known as Three-Ace Artie has nothing but hate for religion. Ironically, he had to pose as a priest in a small Canadian village through a bizarre set of events. It was the only way to avoid arrest for a crime Artie didn't commit. He planned to throw off the disguise as soon as he could make a safe escape. But naturally, both legal and romantic complications set in, and Artie must choose whether self-preservation will continue to be his top priority. It is a delightful story with intriguing characters and a subtle theme of redemption and righteousness running in the background.
The Sin That Was His