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 search for an elusive piece of art brings Sam and Sara together in this love story.
Julia begins an exciting life in Salt Lake City when she becomes entangled in solving the mystery of her mother's past.
In this historical romance, Amelia Beckett joins her brother-in-law on his journey to England following her husband's death.
Jeremiah Whitney becomes the target in a conspiracy when he accepts the charge of a mysterious Mesoamerican box.
Kyra begins plotting her escape from her polygamist community after becoming engaged to her uncle.
When earth is invaded by a species that take over human minds while leaving bodies intact, Melanie Stryder refuses to fade away.
When Victoria disappears, her parents turn to Autumn who reads imprints left behind on objects last touched by their owners.
Jacob returns home from his mission only to find his once happy family in the midst of cataclysmic change.
Young Robert solves his first problem in school, but learns as he grows that his problems grow with him.
Maxine's world is spinning out of control as all the men in her life face life changes.
The Skaa have lived in misery for a thousand years, but hope appears in the form of an street urchin who must learn the powers of a Mistborn.
A collection of stories that focus on sin, guilt, and human passion, and the humans struggling with them.
Annalisse and Dennis find their way of life threatened when the effects of post-traumatic disorder interfere with everyday life.