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For those of us who wonder how the idea of polygamy became mainstream in the early church, this book answers that question.
For those of us who wonder how the idea of polygamy became mainstream in the early church, this book answers that question. For here, we have not only the story of one woman, but we have the history of the church and the times.
The twenty-seventh wife. A Crossroad Press Production. Crossroad Press Titles by Irving Wallace.
My wife has found the book very interesting learning how this part of American life played out on a personal and historical perspective. 2 people found this helpful.
The Twenty-seventh Wife book. An extremely difficult book to read. One of the rare biographies written by best-selling authors of that time, like Irving Wallace
The Twenty-seventh Wife book. One of the rare biographies written by best-selling authors of that time, like Irving Wallace. It is a challenge to complete the book of 400 pages, printed in small font of 500 words per page about such a drab subject. Be that as it may, it is a recounting of history. Even if one doesn't care about what happened 2-300 An extremely difficult book to read.
The Nympho and Other Maniacs by Irving Wallace. In this exciting and provocative book, Irving Wallace, one of America's most famous novelists, turns to nonfiction to tell the candid stories of more than thirty women of the last two centuries who defied the social standards of their times-sexually, politically, ling against conventional behavior or ideas to go their own ways. The Twenty-Seventh Wife by Irving Wallace.
This book is non-fiction and has documented sources for almost all statements. It is very non-biased and presents both the Mormon arguments and the anti-Mormon arguments. The reader has the information needed to make an informed decision about the personality of Brigham Young and his last living wife. The arguments both for and against polygamy are well stated.
Cover Design By: David Dodd. After his wife's death in a climbing accident more than twenty years ago, Dr. Ashcroft alone had raised his daughter. It now seemed inevitable that the little girl, brought up in an atmosphere of scholarly curiosity, amid thousands of books, and constant travel, should have become a historian like himself. Walking briskly, in good health at seventy-two and full of purpose, Harrison Ashcroft headed for the corner. His mind was on Dr. Thiel's unusual evidence, on tomorrow's dig, on Hitler's last day.
Irving Wallace Irving Wallace. Novelist Andrew Craig has not been sober in a very long time
Many years after it's initial printing, Seven Minutes is still possibly the best book about Lawyers in action ever written. Taking a stand in the face of incredible odds, the main character risks his personal and professional life to defend a book that has stirred up controversy due to it's rather titilating subject matter. Novelist Andrew Craig has not been sober in a very long time. After losing his wife in an auto accident he believes to have been his own fault, he turned to the bottle, and to his sister-in-law, Leah, who acts as his caretaker and live-in nurse.
Home Wallace, Irving The Twenty-seventh Wife. The Twenty-seventh Wife. The Twenty-seventh Wife is the vivid and fascinating story of one of the strangest and most scandalous events in America's history - Ann Eliza Young's divorce from her husband, Brigham Young, the Mormon Prophet who brought his people across the deserts to Salt Lake City and raised his church to great power and wealth. It was a scandal that rocked America in the last decades of the nineteenth century, and it led directly to the final abolition of polygamy in the United States. Bookseller Inventory 1197.
Emily Ashcroft had awakened early, inspired by her meeting with Hitler's dentist and filled with determination to solve the mystery of Hitler's last days in hiding. breakfast, had been to contact a special operator and telephone Professor Otto Blaubach at his government offices in East Berlin. He had taken her call immediately, and had been the model of cordiality. Yes, he had received her letter, had been awaiting the call, and looked forward to a reunion with her. He would be delighted to see her again in East Berlin
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