Polygamy, was it Worth Dying For?

A novel involving two family patriarchs and their
wives after the infamous Edmund/Tucker legislation designed to destroy their religion and their way of life once and for all. Was plural marriage worth dying for? Find out what Mormon life in Salt Lake City was like prior to the Woodruff Mormon Manifesto of 1890 ending its practice. More

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Words: 131,960
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301490400
About JG Hampton

J. G. Hampton is a full time author/illustrator who graduated magna cum laude from the University of Utah as an educator who thanks to recertification requirements has accumulated enough hours for a master’s degree from Utah State University. A survivor of both a wicked mother-in-law and a wicked stepmother who stole her inheritance, she’s trying to live happily ever after despite a few evil spells during her life. Being left handed in a right handed world, she has yet to master Leonardo Da Vinci’s mirror handwriting technique, but she has mastered being a reverse image identical mirror twin who not only survived her birth as the runt of the litter, but the birthing of three daughters and over twenty literary magnum opuses in several genres. While constantly rooting for the underdogs of the world, she looks at crystal goblets and life as being half full rather than half empty. A firm believer that one must create their own magic if one is to enjoy life. She enjoys happy endings in her fiction and nonfiction musings. Enjoy her work on Smashwords

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