Mormonville by Jeff Call

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Discoveries in Utah town trouble big city reporter

HELAMAN, UTAH - Luke Manning, an investigative reporter from New York City, is assigned to spend one year in Utah, incognito, to infiltrate a Mormon ward and uncover the truth about the LDS Church.

Early indications are that his success is certain, but along the way Luke discovers these people exhibit traits he has rarely seen before-- kindness, compassion, and sincerity, to name a few. As he struggles to complete his assignment in so-called "Mormonville," Luke unwittingly learns the truth about himself.


About Jeff Call

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Call served an LDS mission to Chile and later graduated with a bachelor's degree in journalism from BYU. He is a sports reporter fo The Deseret Morning News.
Published August 1, 2002 by Cedar Fort. 310 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Call goes overboard in painting the "ruggedly handsome" Manning as a man of the world: his columns and articles are read by millions, he dates swimsuit models, derails political careers, lunches regularly with celebrities and is "on a first-name basis with the mayor and every other influential pu...

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