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.

Love and the Mountain
Call Number:
F Allred
Description:

Ranger Hank Bannon worries about being a helpful ranger and a good bishop.

Never Alone
Call Number:
F Durrant
Description:

James takes his wife Elizabeth and follows the missionary call to help settle Utah, despite personal tragedy and extreme hardships.

Our Sacred Honor
Call Number:
F Carter
Description:

Carter presents the early events of the Revolutionary War through the eyes of common people.

Porter Rockwell Chronicles, Vol. 1
Call Number:
F Dewey
Description:

Pioneer gunfighter, Porter Rockwell, comes to life in this book about his earliest years.

Rachel and Leah
Artist/Author/Cast:
Card, Orson Scott
Call Number:
F Card
Description:

Popular science fiction author Card rewrites the Biblical story of Rachel and Leah.

Return
Artist/Author/Cast:
Marcum, Robert
Call Number:
F Marcum
Description:

Hannah survives the Holocaust, but struggles to live and make her way to Palestine.

Return to Christmas
Artist/Author/Cast:
Heimerdinger, Chris
Call Number:
F Heimerdinger
Description:

Artemus and Chess return to Christmas through a twist of fate and a wondrous adventure.

Rumors of War
Call Number:
F Hughes
Description:

The Salt Lake City Thomas family faces the coming of World War II with fear and trepidation.

Seeking Persephone
Call Number:
F Eden
Description:

The Duke of Kielder, a cold and unhappy man, finds his attitude changing as he grows fonder of his gentle bride, Persephone.

Statehood
Artist/Author/Cast:
Brown, Marilyn
Call Number:
F Brown
Description:

John Sewell, a young newspaper man from Boston, comes to Utah to investigate the issues surrounding its impending statehood.

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