Beginning at the age of ten with a firm resolve to write something as dynamic as Adam Bede by George Eliot Marilyn Brown has made it her life's goal to create literature about the unique Utah culture capable of drawing the admiration of people who love good books.
The siege of Jerusalem by the Assyrian and Babylonian armies in 586 B.C. created devastation and despair. . . especially for Jeremiah and Lehi, who tried to tell the people what was coming if they did not turn their lives around. This Old Testament story, intriguingly told, is Marilyn Brown's latest novel