Cult Fiction reviews

I have a rather extensive list of novels that deal with Mormonism, beginning with A Study in Scarlet (a Sherlock Holmes mystery) and Riders of the Purple Sage, by Zane Grey. (Admittedly, many 19th century novels are more caricature than description.) Since the list is extensive, I won’t be able to review them all. If you’d like the list, please feel free to contact me through the “contact” button. If you can write articulately and have a deep enough knowledge of Mormonism to evaluate an author’s accuracy and treatment of LDS culture and doctrine, I’d welcome some help with these reviews!

Coming up soon: A review of Wayne Capurro’s White Flag, a recently-released account of the Mountain Meadow Massacre.

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