LDS Authors Writing Fiction, Continued
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.
A tender romance, this book is true to real life with characters dealing with hard reality and difficult choices.
Athena runs her own business and tends her ailing father, but finds time to join the Newport Ladies' Book Club.
The United States and New Zealand unwittingly jumpstart an old plot to start a nuclear world war.
Beautiful and talented cowgirl Kaitlyn Glenn is threatened by a competitor in the world of championship barrel racing.
Nephi must follow a trail of suspense and danger to halt a terrorist plot and save the woman he loves.
Frank Clark heads into the wilderness to trap Old Ephraim, the notorious grizzly of the Utah mountains.
Hector rushes a young girl he finds bleeding in a parking lot to the hospital, but becomes the chief suspect in her shooting when he can't explain his presence there that night.
Autumn Rain receives impressions, or imprints, left behind on items well loved by their owners. When young Victoria disappears, her parents seek Autumn's help to find her.
Jacob returns home from his mission only to find his once happy family in the midst of cataclysmic change.
Joe faces personal ruin in this modern day Job story.
Maxine's world is spinning out of control as all the men in her life face life changes.
A collection of stories that focus on sin, guilt, and human passion, and the humans struggling with them.
Olivia struggles with the many demands upon her time while yearning to be the unique individual she once was.
Instead of returning home following his mission, Nathan gets involved with a lovely woman and an FBI investigation.
After struggling to survive in the inner city, Cody travels to find the family he has never known. Can Cody overcome his past to make a promising future?
Annalisse and Dennis find their way of life threatened when the effects of post-traumatic disorder interfere with everyday life.
Jonathan moves his family to Jerusalem in the days of upheaval following the pre-Christ Babylonian defeat of the Jewish nation.
Captain Moroni's daughter falls in love with a young man who knows a secret he can't share.
Kyra begins plotting her escape from her polygamist community after becoming engaged to her uncle.