The Black Mass of Brother Springer

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The Black Mass of Brother Springer He was white. She was the color of real coffee, expensive, exotic coffee diluted with pure, thick, yellow cream. She was a goddess all right, a high priestess of love. But this was how Sam Springer, a novelist from Miami, would have described her. And Merita was no fantasy. She was for real. Full description

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