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History for Idiots Papal Trivia

A Multiple Choice Test Where the Answer is Always "D"
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The book is a trivia list of multiple choice questions where the answer is always "d." Mimicking the style of the author - humorist Mr. Dave Barry, it seeks to impart a smattering of knowledge about popes - most especially the more oddball ones.

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