Author: Joan Oviatt attended college in California, Hawaii, and Utah, receiving a master of arts degree from Brigham Young University. She has garnered numerous awards in writing, music, art, acting, directing, and academics. She is a published novelist and lyricist, as well as a playwright.
This is a delightful collection of remarkable vignettes about men, women, and events in latter-day history., These accounts, collected from documented historical sources, range from the early years of the Church to the modern era.
Read such incredible accounts as
The disappearing act of Brigham Young
The mystery of the missing bell
The grave with nobody in it
The chicken that prophesied
Dead men pay no fines
And many more tales that will surprise and astound you!
The short, quick-to-read, sometimes startling stories in this book will be enjoyed by every reader who likes intriguing tales with uplifting and always surprising endings.
Print: Black & White
Page Count: 171
Office Use: 1P035
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