Posts Tagged ‘Mormon Fiction’

Dream House on Golan Drive

Dream-House-on-Golan-Drive
This novel is set in Provo, Utah and New York City during the seventies and eighties, the story encapsulates the normal expectations of a Mormon experience and turns them on their head. The style, too, is innovative in how...

Last Novel of Celebrated Utah Author Published Posthumously

Thieves-of-Summer
Salt Lake City—Signature Books announces the release of the final work of local author and historian, Linda Sillitoe, who passed away in 2010. The Thieves of Summer, a novel, depicts a Mormon family living near Liberty Park in a...

The Angel Acronym

Angel Acronym
Alternately suspenseful and humorous, The Angel Acronym romps through the corridors of religious orthodoxy and the pages of history to probe the perplexities of religious truth, public image, and a bureaucratic mindset.

Vernal Promises

Vernal Promises
Jacob Dennison believes that every good thing in life comes at a cost. His wife Pam's miscarriage confirms that. Never mind that his boss at Food World has outrageous demands; that his father, a shady oil field equipment salesman,...

Evening and the Morning

The Evening and the Morning
Where polite society weighs heavily against extramarital dalliances, why do some people insist on acting against their own best interests? Ah, the complexity of the human heart! That is what Virginia Sorensen is saying in this dark novel about...