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History records that Elvis Presley had a twin brother, Jesse, who was stillborn, and buried within hours in an unmarked grave. 

But what if history is wrong? Jesse didn't die that January night in 1935, but was instead entrusted to the care of a lonely wanderer - a man who, stumbling into Depression-era Mississippi, embraced it as a second promised land. Studded with the names of his childhood - Jericho, Cairo, Bethlehem, and Memphis - it is a land steeped in belief, a land which offers him a new hope to replace the one he lost all those years ago, when he was forced to consign his own brother to the cross. Perhaps, after all his years of exile, Judas Iscariot - Jesus's twin brother - has finally been given a second chance....

Judas of Memphis is a story of faith, fate, and redemption, of sibling rivalry and paternal love, and a bold re-imagining of familiar legends both ancient and American.


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