Book List in Order:22 titles

  • After the death of her mother, Rose Knight's father turned to alcohol to cope with her death, leaving only Rose to provide for her younger sister. Now, she only wants two things in life, to graduate high school and keep her little sister out of foste...


  • For those who believe, it’s no secret that this life is not the end. Learn for yourself what awaits us all in these inspiring true accounts from Latter-day Saints who have been shown a glimpse through the thin veil between this life and death. Sure...



  • The true story of the young savage from Spanish Fork Canyon who became the greatest horse thief in the history of the American West, the most notorious slave trader on the western half of a continent, the most wanted man in California, and the undisp...


  • In 1845 an enterprising Philadelphia publisher decides to send a beautiful female journalist, disguised as a schoolteacher, to the Mormon city of Nauvoo on the Mississippi River. He hopes she will lure the Mormon polygamists out of hiding and get the...



  • Like the legendary Samson of old, Orrin Porter Rockwell will forever be remembered as the man who did the impossible. One of the most colorful characters in LDS history, Rockwell was a famous frontiersman, a deadly marksman, and a staunch advocate of...


  • Find yourself captivated as you read true accounts of Latter-day Saints who have had experiences beyond the veil. Learn of the love that our Heavenly Father has for each of His children as you gain understanding of life after death. Uplifting, inspir...


  • This novel-based on Lee Nelson's actual LDS mission to Germany is a pleasing, uplifting journey of self-discovery. The plot twists and heart-touching scenes rival any of those found in the author's Storm Testament series. "Elder Spencer W. Kimball l...






  • In Utah Territory in the 1880s, the United States seems determined to crush the Mormon Church, with polygamy as the central issue. The polygamous Storm family find themselves being torn apart and scattered in the attempt to survive this unfair confli...


  • A bright future seemed assured for eighteen-year-old Clee Bixler. He'd attend Ole Miss, marry his high school sweetheart and practice law in his hometown of Morristown, Mississippi. That was before the night of June 9, 1991, when the death of his err...


  • Wanted by Missouri law for his vicious revenge on mob leader Dick Boggs, fifteen-year-old Dan Storm flees to the Rocky Mountains with his friend Ike, an escaped slave. But the Rocky Mountains present a whole new set of challenges. Separated from Ike ...


  • In 1610, while the pligrims were tip-toeing onto the rocky New England coast, Spanish adventurers and Catholic priests were riding their mules north from Santa Fe in a quest for gold and baptisms. One of the last adn largest Spanish settlements was ...


  • As the golden spike is driven in and the transcontinental railroad is officially finished, Sam Storm finds himself jobless - and attracted to a high-society beauty named Catherine. Thus Sam sets out to launch a daring business scheme involving firewa...


  • When the Fancher Company rides through town, Dan Storm learns that his old enemy, Dick Boggs, is traveling with them. However, at the insistence of Porter Rockwell, Storm leaves the territory to scout out a force of U.S. troops who set out from the E...


  • The story of the Mormon farm boy from Southern Utah who put together the longest string of successful bank and train robberies in the history of the American West. Unlike most cowboy outlaws of his day, Butch Cassidy defended the poor and oppressed,...


  • In 1923, Frank Clark headed into the wilderness to trap Old Ephraim, the most notorious grizzly the Utah mountains had ever seen. Ephraim literally waded through herds of sheep and cattle, as his powerful paws broke legs and backs and slung entrails ...


  • In 1865, bands of Ute warriors swarmed down from the hills in Central Utah, leaving death and destruction in their path as they drove off thousands of Mormon cattle. Their leader was Black Hawk who vowed to never cut his hair until the Mormons were d...


  • From one of the greatest Western writers of all time, Lee Nelson, comes Born to Rope. The flinch in a horse's, the drop of a boy's eyes: This is a rare book, attentive to the simple detail out of which great stories flow. From mustang bands sweeping ...



  • This volume contains four of Lee Nelsonsssssssss favorite stories. Abraham Webster's Last Chance was written in 1989 after Lee was asked to give a Christmas talk in an LDS sacrament meeting in Mapleton, Utah. "An idea for a story with a Christmas the...