In Sacred Books & Sky Hooks, Paul Enns Wiebe has the audacity to wrap an investigation of three religious founders--Corky Ra, Joseph Smith, the Apostle Paul--within a literary/detective/romance novel and finds the three founders guilty of misrepresentation.
Warsaw, Illinois- home of the mob that killed Mormon Prophet Joseph Smith in 1844. But the town is much more than that! A bustling Mississippi River town that was home to 4 U.S. presidential candidates, it has a fascinating 200 year history starting as the site of 2 early military forts, tensions with the nearby Mormons, then an economic boom and bust. A unique town with a unique history!
Sara Alexander joins organizational psychologist Dr. Benjamin Carroll in his quest to create Zion on the planet Eden. When Eden's planet-spirit begins reacting violently to what it perceives as the colonists' sins, Sara discovers that she is both the focal point of the disorder and the key to saving the colony from destruction. LDS/Mormon fiction.
Three prominent men of Illinois, Governor Thomas Ford and newspaper editors, Thomas Sharp and Thomas Gregg plot the murders of Joseph Smith, Jr. and Hyrum Smith less than a week before they are assassinated at the Hancock County Jail in Carthage, Illinoios.
Scott Knox is a newlywed whose marriage is torn apart by natural and political disasters. Now he’s taking out his wrath on the only target he can find, President Towers.
But is Scott really acting alone? Or is he a patsy?
Can the President be saved?
Or will prophecy be fulfilled?
Life was hard for early members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This is a collection of life sketches of twelve incredible women who sacrificed everything they had for the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Ex-Mormon Alma doesn't know the first thing about alcohol, so he hires bartender Damian to help out at his office party. Their friendship simmers with sexual tension—and possibly something much deeper.
"A really great story that captivated me right from the start and kept me smiling until the end." —Elaine White, author of The Cellist
Also available as part of Lowry's anthology Falling Hard.
Megan McCoy arrives in New York City with more than just a couple of garage sale suitcases. She has her talent, her determination, her first aid kit, and her goodwill toward her fellow humans. With an internship squared away at a well-established NYC literary agency, she's ready for success! But it doesn't take long for this Midwestern Mormon girl to realize that her goal won't be easy to achieve.