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.
Allison and Bart race against time to find hidden bombs across the Southwest.
This is the story of Michael and Faye, and the trials and tribulations that threaten their relationship.
Crimean war veteran Carn Tregale joins Mormon converts on a ship bound for America, and a trek to Utah territory.
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.
Lieutenant Brent Miller must rescue an LDS Senator's daughter from hostile Middle East territory and get her to safety.
When Kate's husband is killed working for the FBI, she is given a new identity, and a new husband.
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.
Jared, a Mormon, meets and falls in love with Lori, a Jew, and the fun begins.
Ranger Hank Bannon worries about being a helpful ranger and a good bishop.
James takes his wife Elizabeth and follows the missionary call to help settle Utah, despite personal tragedy and extreme hardships.
Carter presents the early events of the Revolutionary War through the eyes of common people.
Pioneer gunfighter, Porter Rockwell, comes to life in this book about his earliest years.
Popular science fiction author Card rewrites the Biblical story of Rachel and Leah.
Hannah survives the Holocaust, but struggles to live and make her way to Palestine.
Artemus and Chess return to Christmas through a twist of fate and a wondrous adventure.
The Salt Lake City Thomas family faces the coming of World War II with fear and trepidation.
The Duke of Kielder, a cold and unhappy man, finds his attitude changing as he grows fonder of his gentle bride, Persephone.