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LDS Fiction: ‘Diamond Rings are Deadly Things By Jennie Hansen

The start of a new Wedding Planner Mystery series, each chapter begins with instructions for a craft project that could be used for shower favors, invitations, centerpieces, etc., then that item is incorporated into the story.

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LDS Fiction: TEMPORARY BRIDESMAID, A Look at Romance After Thirty

Jenny receives a wedding invitation from one of her closest friends and realizes she'll soon be the only single left in her circle of friends. She's getting closer to forty than she cares to admit and there are no prospects in sight.

By Jennie Hansen
LDS Fiction: FALLING is Another Score from Favorite Utah Author

Clair M. Poulson, a favorite Utah author, scores again with his newest release, Falling, the story of a military Special Forces veteran who loses his fiancé in combat and must return to civilian life.

By Jennie Hansen
LDS Fiction: A New Twist on an Old Favorite

Sense and Sensibility, a Latter-Day Tale by Rebecca H. Jameson is another take off on the classic Sense and Sensibility written by Jane Austen two hundred years ago.

By Jennie Hansen
Persona Non Grata: LDS International Spy Drama

What happens when an ordinary guy with a quick mind is suddenly thrust into international tensions in Crimea.

By Jennie Hansen
LDS Fiction: Utterly Absorbed in ‘Ring Around the Rosie’

The characters in this book are easy to like and there is strong growth in both Ron and Sarah as they are forced to look at their failures, come face to face with death, and discover what really matters to them.

By Jennie Hansen
LDS Fiction: When Everything Falls Apart in IMPERFECT LOVE

Imperfect Love by Rebecca Talley tackles several difficult topics related to love; an unequal marriage relationship, poor family relationships, and the challenge of expecting a physically and/or mentally challenged infant.

By Jennie Hansen
LDS Fiction: ‘Trouble at the Red Pueblo’ Captures Spirit of the West

Liz Adair's new Spider Latham Mystery, Trouble at the Red Pueblo, captures the mystery and splendor of the red rock country and modern spirit of the west.

By Jennie Hansen
LDS Fiction: ‘Becoming Lady Lockwood,’ Not Your Average Regency

Instead of the balls, season, manners, and emphasis on clothing generally paramount in a Regency novel, Becoming Lady Lockwood takes place primarily aboard a British war ship during the Napoleonic Wars.

By Jennie Hansen
LDS Fiction: The Quantum Breach

The Quantum Breach by Denver Acey is one of those books that changes the reader's view of computers and social media forever.

By Jennie Hansen