Growing up in Southern California—outside the Utah precincts of our Zion, our lovely Deseret—I was almost always the only Mormon girl in the room. I knew this because everywhere I went, I looked for other Mormons. The first day of third grade, I sat at my desk and counted head by head, red, blond, and brown: how many of my deskmates did I go to church with? Which ones knew all the Book of Mormon stories, or spent their summer vacations with Utah cousins, or piled their old clothes into bundles for the Deseret Industries, our special chain of Mormon thrift stores across the American West? In my third-grade classroom, I was the only one.
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Hilarious heroine Jacklyn Wyatt is back—this time in a dicey Vegas adventure! These days, adventures are few and far between. So when Damon heads to Las Vegas on assignment, Jack sees the perfect opportunity to surprise her boyfriend and rekindle the spark in their relationship. But the surprise is on her: she has just landed herself in the middle of a high-stakes operation involving Russian criminals. Unwittingly drawn undercover once more, Jack is all too aware that the survival of Damon and his associates depends on the success of her charade. In the unfamiliar world of luxurious limos, exclusive nightclubs, and gambling, Jack must convince the high-rolling hustlers that she is a terrifying international arms dealer. If only she knew anything about poker.
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The negative images of Mormons far outlasted my expectations. Hutchison-Jones: I think a lot of what Americans think they know about Mormonism is wrong. There was a film in called September Dawn , about the Mountain Meadows massacre in [the slaughter of a wagon train by Mormon militia]. It is very historically inaccurate. There are a couple of reasons.