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I thought the plot was excellent and the characters well-developed.
I would be afraid of any religion, though, that would warn me not to dig too deeply into the church's doctrines - as not being "faith promoting".
Recently I realized that somehow I'd missed reading this book in the Alan Gregory mystery series.
Number three in the Alan Gregory series - Stephen White writes thrillers based on what he knows as a clinical psychologist and the result is chilling, thrilling and fulfilling.Published 15 days ago by Mary Standish
My favorite of Alan Gregory books so far. Another book club read. I am moving Gregory right up my list of favorite authors, along with James Paterson.Published 7 months ago by Kim L Booz
I love this series. Alan Gregory is a wonderful psychologist who can't seem to stop getting embroiled in mysteries that often threaten his life. Read morePublished 9 months ago by BreviewerC
I really injoyed the mystery part of this book- I read it first 30 years ago when I was flying from coast to coast. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Barbara J. Scott
I was fascinated by the historical background on the Morman Church. I grew up in Colorado and knew a few Mormans, but never anything about the Morman Church itself. Read morePublished 10 months ago by akarkop
He got a lot of stuff wrong about the Mormons, but he did evidently do research. Silly ending. Predictable. I slogged through it because I was interested in the Mormons.Published 12 months ago by Bill Ryan
This was the only one of Stephen White's books in the Dr. Alan Gegory series that I had not read. Unfortunately for me, it was not as good as the rest of the other books.Published 18 months ago by Txgranny
This book is about in large part the Mormon church. I did not know much about this religion and I learned a lot.Published 22 months ago by stroller