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An LDS FBI agent who served his mission in Germany became handler to the first double agent in FBI history. His journals and letters would serve in helping tell an important and untold story in what became the ...
When Athena Di Jasper accepts a marriage proposal from her handsome and patient boyfriend, Grey Ronning, they start a chain of magical events for the women of the Newport Ladies Book Club in the final book inst...
The evil Dr. Hatch has captured the 9-year-old genius Jade Dragon, who has the knowledge to solve his problems in creating an electric super race. Michael Vey and his Electroclan must embark on their most dange...
Food blogger Deborah Harroun starts a red velvet revolution with 50 recipes for sweets and treats with familiar names but a delicious red velvet twist — in the only cookbook available dedicated to the pop...
Utah native and BYU graduate Mandy Voisin's debut novel "Star of Deliverance" inspires bravery in a Bible story-inspired fairy tale.
Author and Iraq war veteran Michael Pitre hopes to honor the friends he made during his deployments as a Marine through his debut novel "Fives and Twenty-fives."
Author Laura Andersen's alternate-history Boleyn trilogy novels might make readers rethink the definition of historical fiction.
When the first love of Alexander Lambeth, the fifth earl of Grenville, suddenly becomes a widow, his wife Felicity is certain he will take her as a mistress. And the truth is, Alexander finds the idea tempting.
"Idols" is a fast-paced, well-thought-out and intelligent science fiction novel that pretends to be predictable long enough to leave readers utterly surprised.
Author, artist, musician, liar, thief, storyteller, mood changer: Maggie Stiefvater can claim many titles. But in the end, she hopes to be called the author of books to which readers could lose their summers.