In-Laws, Outllaws, and Everyone in Between: More Colorful Characters in Mormon History -- Book Tour Review + Giveaway
About the Book
The truth is often stranger than fiction, and it can certainly be more interesting than the history books let on. To prove it, bestselling author Kathryn Jenkins Gordon blows the dust off the past to reveal the exploits of some lesser-known figures in Church history. From the hilarious to the heroic and the zany to the downright villainous, these tales highlight the action-packed lives of some of the Church's most notorious members.Witness the attempted rise of the self-appointed "King of the Mormons."
Experience the heart-pounding plight of a Latter-day Saint girl enslaved by a bloodthirsty Apache tribe.
Read the thrilling tale of a stake president caught in a mobster brawl at stake conference.
Just when you thought you knew everything worth knowing about the early Saints, this quirky cast of characters confirms that there's always more to the story. Get ready for a rip-roarin' ride through history as you discover the truth about In-Laws, Outlaws, and Everyone in Between!
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What a fun and engaging book. There are fourteen chapters and each is about a different character in LDS history. Some of the stories are funny, while others are weird. The author has gone to great lengths to research these people and write this book on them. I love reading this book and learning about different random events and people that I may not have really known or heard about before. I would recommend this book to readers that enjoy reading about real-life events in LDS history.
Genre: non-fiction, factual, LDS
Publisher: Covenant Communications
Publication date: May 1, 2016
Number of pages: 256
Content Rating: PG
Book Rating: 5 stars
A review copy of this book was provided by Covenant Communications.
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