LDS Authors Writing Fiction
Works by LDS authors include a variety of genres, or types, of fiction. Some of these are: romance, historical, contemporary, and fantasy. Ask for help in locating these and other great books.
Savannah struggles with a decision to help a young woman who wants to run away from her controlling father.
Imagine not only meeting, but befriending, your celebrity crush.
Allison and Bart race against time to find hidden bombs across the Southwest.
Five Mormon women form strong bonds when their husbands are called to serve in the war against terror.
Set in Draper, Utah, this is the first novel featuring bishop's wife Linda Wallheim, who becomes involved in the disappearance of a young wife from her ward.
The first in the series, Kingdom and the Crown, this book follows the disciples after Christ's resurrection from the dead.
Facing decisions about college, marriage, and whether to serve a mission, Kate recognizes the need to get on with life.
Chrissy feels confident about life as a new convert to the Mormon faith until her identity is stolen.
When her friend disappears and then is murdered, Kallene is attracted to the charming detective in charge of the case.
Ashley Barrett is tempted to alter her life goals when she meets surf instructor Matt Gibson, the most wanted guy in the singles ward.
Jared, a Mormon, meets and falls in love with Lori, a Jew, and the fun begins.
Cassie must solve a deadly puzzle as she seeks to uncover the mysterious background of her new husband.
David Hunter must decipher a code on a letter from Joseph Smith in order to save the Church.
Pioneer gunfighter, Porter Rockwell, comes to life in this book about his earliest years.
Beth Cardall has a secret. For eighteen years, she has had no choice but to keep it to herself, but on Christmas Eve 2008, all that is about to change.
Popular science fiction author Card rewrites the Biblical story of Rachel and Leah.
Artemus and Chess return to Christmas through a twist of fate and a wondrous adventure.
When she diffuses a bomb at a royal wedding, Noelle begins a new life as part of the Meridian Intelligence Agency.
John Sewell, a young newspaper man from Boston, comes to Utah to investigate the issues surrounding its impending statehood.