The Glovemaker

The GlovemakerIn the inhospitable lands of the Utah Territory, during the winter of 1888, thirty seven year old Deborah Tyler waits for her husband, Samuel, to return home from his travels as a wheelwright It is now the depths of winter, Samuel is weeks overdue, and Deborah is getting worried Deborah lives in

More Than the Tattooed Mormon

More Than the Tattooed MormonAl Fox Carraway has spent the last four years inspiring the world with her story of conversion, redemption, and finding faith As a blogger, social media personality, and award winning public speaker, her message has reached millions This moving biography and up close account of her life and

The Next Mormons: How Millennials Are Changing the LDS Church

The Next Mormons: How Millennials Are Changing the LDS ChurchAmerican Millennials the generation born in the 1980s and 1990s have been leaving organized religion in unprecedented numbers For a long time, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints was an exception nearly three quarters of people who grew up Mormon stayed that way into adulthood In

Seventeen Sisters: Tell Their Story

Seventeen Sisters: Tell Their StoryWe ve watched interesting plural marriages in TV documentaries, read about them in books, and even seen them featured in an HBO series We ve heard daunting stories about young women forced into marrying older men and the admirable journey to escape their way out of the polygamous life they were

His Right Hand (Linda Wallheim Mystery, #2)

His Right Hand (Linda Wallheim Mystery, #2)In the follow up to the controversial and critically acclaimed mysteryThe Bishop s Wife,Mormon housewife Linda Wallheim finds herself ruffling feathers in Draper, Utah, as she assists a murder investigation that is being derailed by transphobia within the LDS community.In Draper, Utah, a tight knit

The Latter Days: A Memoir

The Latter Days: A MemoirAn arresting, lyrical memoir about the path the author took sometimes unwittingly out of her Mormon upbringing and through a thicket of profound difficulties to become a writer.At twenty two, Judith Freeman was working in the Mormon church owned department store in the Utah town where she d grown