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THE KINGDOM and the CROWN - 3 Vol. Set -  Fishers of Men, Come Unto Me, & Behold the Man, Lund, Gerald N.
THE KINGDOM and the CROWN - 3 Vol. Set - Fishers of Men, Come Unto Me, & Behold the Man
Lund, Gerald N.
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The Winds and the Waves, Hughes, Dean
The Winds and the Waves
Hughes, Dean
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Secrets in Zarahemla, Wilson, Sariah S.
Secrets in Zarahemla
Wilson, Sariah S.
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The Winds and the Waves, Hughes, Dean
The Winds and the Waves
Hughes, Dean
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Lightning Tree, Dunster, Sarah
Lightning Tree
Dunster, Sarah
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In the Company of Angels - Based on the True Story of the Willie Handcart Company of 1856, Farland, David
In the Company of Angels - Based on the True Story of the Willie Handcart Company of 1856
Farland, David
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The Promised Land - Vol 5 -  Compass of God, Woolley, David G.
The Promised Land - Vol 5 - Compass of God
Woolley, David G.
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Escape from Zarahemla, Heimerdinger, Chris
Escape from Zarahemla
Heimerdinger, Chris
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NEVER AGAIN, Adams, Katherine
1 NEVER AGAIN

Adams, KatherineNew, Cedar Fort, Inc., 2008, 

Paperback



Brand new softcover book! LDS Fiction/Abuse/Consequences of Pornography (LDS Books) ; After Megan meets Scott Spencer at BYU and later marries him in the temple, she has no doubts that her "happily ever after" fantasy has become a reality.
But Scott suddenly becomes verbally abusive and has unrealistic expectations of how Megan should dress and act. When Megan consistently finds traces of pornographic websites on Scott's computer, and his promises to stop never amount to anything, she knows it is time for a change. Ignoring his pleading and her family's inability to recognize Scott's mistakes, Megan immediately accepts a job offer with a prestigious law firm in Boston - a place where nobody knows who she is or what she has been through.
The facade Megan has created of a put-together, successful attorney only masks the scars created by Scott's abuse. If Megan is to move forward with her life and have happiness once again, she must regain her sense of self-worth and be willing to accept the love that others have to offer. ; 5.5" x 8.5"; 228 pages, 

42303

Price: 16.36 USD 14.72 USD 
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Boadicea; the Mormon Wife: Life Scenes in Utah, Alfreda Eva Bell, Edited and Annotated by Michael Austin and Ardis E. Parshall
2 Boadicea; the Mormon Wife: Life Scenes in Utah

Alfreda Eva Bell, Edited and Annotated by Michael Austin and Ardis E. ParshallNew, Kofford Books, 2016, Salt Lake City, UT

Paperback



Brand new softcover book!

; First published in 1855, Boadicea; the Mormon Wife belongs to a sub-genre of crime fiction that flourished in the Eastern United States during the 1850s. Boadicea has become increasingly important to scholars of Mormonism because it gives us a glimpse of the Mormon image in literature immediately after the Church’s public acknowledgement of plural marriage. Over the next half century, this image would be sharpened and refined by writers with different rhetorical goals: to end polygamy, to attack Mormon theology, or just to tell a highly entertaining adventure story. In Boadicea, though, we see these tropes in their infancy, through a prolific author working at break-neck speed to imagine the lives of a strange people for readers willing to pay the “extremely low price of 15 cents” for the privilege of being amazed by stories of polygyny and polyandry, along with generous helpings of adultery, seduction, kidnapping, and no fewer than fourteen untimely but spectacular deaths: people are shot, stabbed, bludgeoned, poisoned, hanged, strangled, and drowned. No other novel of the nineteenth century comes anywhere near Boadicea in portraying Mormon society as violent, chaotic, and dysfunctional.

; 5.25" x 8"; 125 pages, 

58045

Price: 15.95 USD 14.36 USD 
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The Company of Good Women - Three Tickets to Peoria, Anderson, Nancy ; Littke, Leal ; Morris, Carroll H.
3 The Company of Good Women - Three Tickets to Peoria

Anderson, Nancy ; Littke, Leal ; Morris, Carroll H.Very Good, Deseret Book, 2007, Salt Lake City, UT

Paperback



Cover has some light edge and corner wear. ; This engrossing second novel in the trilogy The Company of Good Women shows Juneau, Deenie, and Erin facing the repercussions of secrets kept and secrets revealed. Juneau's life is complicated by her success as a writer and the consequences of a wayward daughter's choices. Willadene struggles to regain her footing after the birth of a fussy baby and to keep her older children from going astray. And Erin fights to hold her young family together when her husband makes a startling revelation. Old friends pass away, new people enter their lives, and the friendship begun in Almost Sisters matures as these remarkable women seek support from one another and continue their quest to become Crusty Old Broads. (Deseret Book) ; Vol. 2; 6" x 9", 

31956

Price: 6.93 USD 6.24 USD 
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Marcus King, Mormon, Anderson, Nephi
4 Marcus King, Mormon

Anderson, NephiGood with no Dust Jacket, The Deseret News Press, 1916, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Red/Brown hard cover is rubbed, and edge worn. Interior is a little yellowed. Missing free front end sheet.

; 5.5" x 7.75"; 133 pages, First Edition, 

18513

Price: 11.00 USD 9.90 USD 
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5 PRESIDENT EZRA TAFT BENSON REMEMBERS: THE JOYS OF CHRISTMAS

Benson, Ezra TaftVery Good, Deseret Book, 1988, Salt Lake City, UT

Paperback



Red soft cover with photo illustration on front. Very light edge wear. ; 5.5" x 8.5"; 13 pages, 

19727

Price: 5.50 USD 4.95 USD 
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Til the Boys Come Home, Borrowman, Jerry
6 Til the Boys Come Home

Borrowman, JerryNew, Covenant Communications, Inc., 2005, American Fork, UT

Paperback



Brand New! ; "At fifteen, Danny O’Brian dreams of being something different than what his union-leader father has become—and now that the Richards family has moved to town, maybe it’s possible. The Richardses have everything that the O’Brians seem to lack—education, money, social standing—and best of all, they are truly kind to Danny. Everything changes, however, when war takes the two young men far beyond the peaceful streets of Pocatello, Idaho. Dan must fight in the trenches, reluctantly using the one skill he was taught by his father. Meanwhile, Trevor battles the enemy in the skies. But war will not be kind to these two men with a brotherly bond. A lyrical and sweeping story of a friendship unfolding in the days of the First World War, ’Til the Boys Come Home shows that there can be life after tragedy and that sometimes the one we need most desperately to forgive is ourself. "; 6.25" x 9.25"; 446 pages, 

50693

Price: 17.99 USD 16.19 USD 
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THE PORTER ROCKWELL CHRONICLES - VOL 1 -  A Biographical Novel of His Miraculous Life, Loves & Legacy, Dewey, Richard Lloyd
7 THE PORTER ROCKWELL CHRONICLES - VOL 1 - A Biographical Novel of His Miraculous Life, Loves & Legacy

Dewey, Richard LloydNew in New Dust Jacket, Stratford Books, 2001, Provo, UT U. S. A.

Hardcover



Brand new hard cover with black and gold illustrated dust jacket. Never been read! ; Few men have endured the hardships and triumphs of pioneer gunfighter, Orrin Porter Rockwell. His family was his life. His best friend, Mormon prophet Joseph Smith, was his cause. And when he faced enemies who forced his people from their homes, a seed was planted which later blossomed into his future station in life--that of the only gunman to kill more outlaws than Doc Holladay, Tom Horn, Bat Masterson and Wyatt Earp combined. Initially, he struggles with his choices, torn over whether or not to fight back, wanting to keep a watchful eye on his family and simultaneously adhere to Christian teachings of turning the other cheek. But his conscience led him down a unique path among his people to become a protector and fighter. This true story reveals his close friendship as a youngster with Joseph Smith, and follows his teenage years through an engaging yet humorous courtship with a young woman he meets and is determined to marry. The story then details his inner battles which haunt him through a frustrating marriage, where he struggles to keep domestic peace while waging a war against his enemies. Throughout it all, the center of his world becomes his oldest daughter, Emily. He takes her everywhere, through hair-raising adventures into badlands and into the deepest recesses of his heart. In this volume he faces foes from New York to Missouri which outnumber his band of friends, yet often they prevail. In fact, beating the odds becomes a way of life for them. Rockwell's inner conflicts tell the universal story of man's worst enemy being himself. He succeeds in some battles but not in others, yet consistently proves himself in one significant arena--that of friendship and loyalty. On that field, he always comes out the victor. Latter-day Saints are proud to view him as a folk hero. His story give those of all races and creeds who struggle a chance to review their own weaknesses and see a man who at least tries, and who does the best with what he has despite his extremely, and at times incredibly, rough edges. Reading this book allows the reader to see what a real hero can truly be about. Best of all, it's an accurate story, with years of meticulous research behind it, all of which glows in the authenticity of the times and events of early Mormon history, while pulling the reader into real people's lives and exploring their intriguing, complex characters. ; The Porter Rockwell Chronicles Series; Vol. 1; 6.25" x 9.25"; 486 pages, 

22625

Price: 26.50 USD 23.85 USD 
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THE PORTER ROCKWELL CHRONICLES - VOL 3 -  A Biographical Novel of His Miraculous Life, Loves & Legacy, Dewey, Richard Lloyd
8 THE PORTER ROCKWELL CHRONICLES - VOL 3 - A Biographical Novel of His Miraculous Life, Loves & Legacy

Dewey, Richard LloydNew in New Dust Jacket, Stratford Books, 2001, Provo, UT U. S. A.

Hardcover



Brand new hard cover with black and silver illustrated dust jacket. Never been read! ; "In volume 3, Porter returns from the East and undergoes trials he never anticipated. His family, his closest friends and his very freedom are taken away from him. All the while his beloved city of Nauvoo begins collapsing like a house of cards. Now, more than ever, he is resolved to fight bak. His reputation begins to soar, and with good reason! Among other gems, we learn in this volume the cirucmstances surrounding his decision never to cut his hair - in order to shield himself form harm by bullet or blade. " ; The Porter Rockwell Chronicles Series; Vol. 3; 6.25" x 9.25"; 527 pages, 

22627

Price: 23.88 USD 21.49 USD 
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Lightning Tree, Dunster, Sarah
9 Lightning Tree

Dunster, SarahNew, Cedar Fort, Inc., 2012, 

Paperback



Brand new book.; After surviving the tragic deaths of her parents, her baby sister, and a harrowing trek across the plains to Utah, it's no surprise that Maggie's nights are plagued by nightmares. But after years of harsh treatment by her foster family and memories that seem to hint at an unthinkable crime, Maggie is forced to strike out to separate the facts from the lies. ; 5.5" x 8.25"; 384 pages, 

54450

Price: 17.99 USD 16.19 USD 
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In the Company of Angels - Based on the True Story of the Willie Handcart Company of 1856, Farland, David
10 In the Company of Angels - Based on the True Story of the Willie Handcart Company of 1856

Farland, DavidNew in New Dust Jacket, Bonneville Books, 2011, Springville, UT

Paperback



Brand new softcover book! ; Eliza Gadd leaves England and travels across the plains with her husband and children, pulling the handcart that holds all their worldly possessions, but that doesn't mean she will ever bow her head to the Mormons' God.

Captain James Willie has spent his forturne striving to help the poorest Saints reach Utah, but as trials mount and members of his handcart company begin to perish, he feels that his prayers are going unanswered.

Baline Mortensen, a nine-year-old Danish girl, longs to serve God, and in the middle of a literal and emotional storm, could she be the godsend that keeps the company together?

Based on the true story of the Willie Handcart Company of 1856, In the Company of Angels follows the treacherous yet triumphant journey of pioneers who sacrificed all to travel to Utah and their Zion. Meeting with persecution, starvation, buffalo stampedes, blizzards, and more, the Saints learn that when things seem the hardest, God will send a helping hand. ; 6.25" x 9.25"; 435 pages, 

53636

Price: 18.99 USD 17.09 USD 
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THE DEVIL'S RAINBOW, Furnas, J. C.
11 THE DEVIL'S RAINBOW

Furnas, J. C.Very Good+ in Very Good- Dust Jacket, Harper & Brothers, 1962, New York

Hardcover



Yellowish illustrated dust jacket. Book and jacket are in very good condition. "A Novel about Joseph Smith and the Mormon - Anti-Mormon Fiction"

; 5.75" x 8.5"; 341 pages, First Edition, 

25294

Price: 11.00 USD 9.90 USD 
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A MORMON BOY'S INDIAN ADVENTURE, Gardner, Brian & Katherine
12 A MORMON BOY'S INDIAN ADVENTURE

Gardner, Brian & KatherineVery Good, Publisher's Press, 1965, 

Hardcover



Cover has some light edge and corner wear.

; Ben Brown was a pioneer boy traveling west to Salt Lake City. . .

; 8" x 10"; 25+ pages, Illustrated by Ellison, Thomas R., First Edition, 

19174

Price: 8.50 USD 7.65 USD 
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Murder by Design, Green, Betsy Brannon
13 Murder by Design

Green, Betsy BrannonNew, Covenant Communications, Inc., 2010, American Fork, UT

Paperback



Brand new softcover book! ; After cracking Foster Scoggins’s murder case, Kennedy Killingsworth figured life in Midway, Georgia, would settle back to normal (meaning desperately dull). But that thought goes right out the window when a black-clad man climbs in her window—the one in her bedroom, that is. As she’s startled awake by a hand clamped across her mouth, Kennedy’s heart pounds even faster when she realizes the hand belongs to Sloan, the gorgeous and somewhat terrifying construction worker who reveals a surprising alter ego. Given the fact that he once saved her life, Kennedy doesn’t protest as Sloan stows federally classified information in her not-quiteantique Tiffany lamp. But then the sun comes up and things get even more complicated. Amidst gossip about her ex-husband shopping for engagement rings, Kennedy heads to the cemetery for Midway’s annual Decoration Day, when residents beautify the graves and then picnic among the dead. Tragically, transient artist Jarrard Dupree soon joins the dead when he’s accidentally run over by a bunch of college kids. Yet when JD’s terrible paintings suddenly begin drawing dazzling offers from New York art dealers, Kennedy knows at least one of her neighbors has blood on his hands. Intrigue builds in high Southern style as Kennedy’s investigation reveals which townsfolk are foes, which are friends—and which may become more than a friend. About the Author Betsy Brannon Green was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, but she has lived most of her life in the South. Her writing and her life have been strongly influenced by the gracious gentility that still exists there. She spent several years as a trust officer for a local bank and more recently has worked in the office and as a teacher’s aide for Hueytown Elementary School. She has written numerous suspense novels for the LDS market and is best known for her successful Haggerty Mystery Series. ; Kennedy Killingsworth Series Series; 6" x 9"; 239 pages, 

50450

Price: 16.99 USD 15.29 USD 
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Murder by the Book, Green, Betsy Brannon
14 Murder by the Book

Green, Betsy BrannonNew, Covenant Communications, Inc., 2009, American Fork, UT

Paperback



Brand new softcover book! ; Small-town librarian Kennedy Killingsworth thought that Midway, Georgia, was the dullest place on the earth - until a fateful day that begins with a speeding ticket and ends with a suicide. The ticket comes from Kennedy's ex-husband, Deputy Cade Burrell, who seems desperate to find any reason to talk to Kennedy ever since his scandalous affair. And the suicide victim is Foster Scoggins, the leathery-faced resident who applied for a library card just hours before his gruesome death. Rumors fly that Foster took his life after being jilted by a mysterious love interest. But as the investigation unfolds, murder becomes the name of the game, and anyone might be a player—including the four men who recently started competing for Kennedy’s attention. Could the killer be Cade, who’s been more interested in her since the divorce than he ever was when they were married? Drake Langston, the dazzling billionaire who needed Foster’s cooperation to land a major development deal? Drake’s construction boss, Sloan, whose powerful build makes him a perfect suspect for the crime? Or could it be Luke Scoggins— Foster’s hazel-eyed nephew, the charming ex-Marine whom Kennedy just might be falling for? In Murder by the Book, celebrated suspense novelist Betsy Brannon Green skillfully weaves a rich tale of intrigue and romance in a Southern town that—for the time being—is anything but dull. ; 6.25" x 9.5"; 275 pages, 

46102

Price: 16.95 USD 15.26 USD 
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Escape from Zarahemla, Heimerdinger, Chris
15 Escape from Zarahemla

Heimerdinger, ChrisNew, Covenant Communications, Inc., 2011, American Fork, UT

Paperback



Brand new softcover book! ; It’s been six months since the inexplicable passage to Zarahemla disintegrated and disappeared. Kerra and Brock McConnell have been reunited with their long-lost father, but an emptiness is left in Kerra’s heart as she watches her courageous Nephite warrior, Kiddoni, fade away in a vortex of time—possibly forever.

As a violent flash flood washes through the forested hollow near Leeds, Utah, it reawakens the Whistlers and reignites the mystical rift that leads to ancient America. Kerra and Brock quickly learn of multiple secrets their father did not reveal about his twelve-year sojourn in the first century AD. Soon they realize that such puzzles could have mind-bending ramifications for their lives and draw them into a world rife with dangers as lethal as obsidian blades, enemies more ruthless than the darkest savages, and evils so pervasive they could destroy their family once and for all.

In the tumult of their adventure, Kerra and Brock soon find themselves in league with familiar friends from other Chris Heimerdinger novels, fighting alongside these valiant heroes and

binding together Escape from Zarahemla with the imaginative Tennis Shoes Adventure Series!

Dive into the fray as two wildly popular adventure series merge into one!

; 6" x 9"; 263 pages, 

53582

Price: 16.99 USD 15.29 USD 
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Small and Simple Things, Hinckley, Marjorie Pay
16 Small and Simple Things

Hinckley, Marjorie PayVery Good in Very Good Dust Jacket, Deseret Book, 2003, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Cover has some light edge and corner wear. Previous owner name tag inside front cover. ; "In this charming gift book Sister Hinckley shares some of the small and simple things she has gleaned from a lifetime of experience. Gentle encouragement, expressions of faith, enduring advice for everyday problems, and even a few of her favorite recipes from around the world will bring a smile to your face and gratitude to your heart for the small and simple things in your own life that have made all the difference. " (Deseret Book) ; 6" x 6"; 160 pages, 

20157

Price: 8.00 USD 7.20 USD 
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The Winds and the Waves, Hughes, Dean
17 The Winds and the Waves

Hughes, DeanNew, Deseret Book, 2012, Salt Lake City, UT

Audio Book





Book on CD: Unabridged, 10 discs.

; Will Lewis is stuck. the class system in England in the 1840s seems destined to keep him in his place as a poor tenant farmer who cannot improve his lot and will never be able to marry the woman he loves. But the "new religion" that is sweeping through congregations of the United Brethren, Will's church, may hold the key to the better life he longs for. As he listens to the preaching of Wilford Woodruff, he almost dares to hope for the Zion the young Apostle describes.
Will's struggles to believe and to face the rigors of immigrating to an unknown land are paralleled by the modern-day story of Jeff and Abby, a young married couple facing challenges of their own. When Jeff begins digging into his family history, he finds himself particularly drawn to "Grandpa Lewis," an ancestor whose life was more like his than he would have imagined.
The skillful interweaving of these two stories brings Church history to life while demonstrating how much we can learn from those who went before us. Anyone who has ever faced the winds and the waves, in some form, will love this novel.

; Come to Zion Series; Vol. 1; Audio Book; 444 pages, 

56046

Price: 49.99 USD 44.99 USD 
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The Winds and the Waves, Hughes, Dean
18 The Winds and the Waves

Hughes, DeanNew in New Dust Jacket, Deseret Book, 2012, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Brand new hardcover book!; Will Lewis is stuck. the class system in England in the 1840s seems destined to keep him in his place as a poor tenant farmer who cannot improve his lot and will never be able to marry the woman he loves. But the "new religion" that is sweeping through congregations of the United Brethren, Will's church, may hold the key to the better life he longs for. As he listens to the preaching of Wilford Woodruff, he almost dares to hope for the Zion the young Apostle describes. Will's struggles to believe and to face the rigors of immigrating to an unknown land are paralleled by the modern-day story of Jeff and Abby, a young married couple facing challenges of their own. When Jeff begins digging into his family history, he finds himself particularly drawn to "Grandpa Lewis," an ancestor whose life was more like his than he would have imagined. The skillful interweaving of these two stories brings Church history to life while demonstrating how much we can learn from those who went before us. Anyone who has ever faced the winds and the waves, in some form, will love this novel.; Come to Zion Series; Vol. 1; 6" x 9"; 444 pages, 

54919

Price: 24.99 USD 22.49 USD 
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A HOUSE OF MANY ROOMS - A FAMILY MEMOIR, Hunter, Rodello
19 A HOUSE OF MANY ROOMS - A FAMILY MEMOIR

Hunter, RodelloVery Good in Very Good Dust Jacket, Alfred A. Knopf, 1965, New York

Hardcover



Cover has some light edge and corner wear. Very clen copy with very nice Dust Jacket. Marked on back ot title page "First Edition". ; Black and white illustrations. "A rollicking, joyous, and touching memoir of a wonderful Mormon family at the turn of the century in a small Utah town. "; 5.75" x 8.5"; 240 pages, Illustrated by Olsen, Roy, First Edition, 

13386

Price: 12.00 USD 9.60 USD 
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PRECIOUS MEMORIES, Lambert, Geo C. (compiler & Publisher)
20 PRECIOUS MEMORIES

Lambert, Geo C. (compiler & Publisher)Good+ with no dust jacket, Geo C. Lambert, 1914, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Light olive green hard cover with gold lettering. Cover is lightly rubbed and edge worn. Title page has been ripped away from the staples but is still attached along the rest of the binding. Other wise binding is good and text is clean and tight. ; Book 16 in the Faith-Promoting Series. ; Faith-Promoting Series; Vol. 16; 4.75" x 7.25"; 96 pages, First Printing, 

19615

Price: 29.70 USD 26.73 USD 
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