Zombies for Jesus by Johnny Townsend

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A teenage Mormon girl finds that her house is haunted by Joseph Smith's wife. A woman copes with her sexual relationship after learning her husband is gay. A college instructor confronts his own racism. A plastic surgeon accidentally discovers a new life form. A timid gay man unleashes his inner beast through a role-playing game. God's wives fight for supremacy amongst themselves. These stories show us the expanding variety of topics developed in the burgeoning field of Mormon literature. Stephen Carter, editor of Sunstone magazine, has called Johnny Townsend "an important voice in the Mormon community."

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Published January 15, 2010 by BookLocker.com, Inc.. 296 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships, Gay & Lesbian, Self Help. Fiction

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Some of the stories' plots wander into the supernatural—a girl is visited by the ghost of religious leader Joseph Smith's wife, a woman's breasts come alive after her silicon implants interact with electricity—but Townsend keeps his stories grounded despite the fantastic elements, allowing hi...

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