Rated 4.5 Stars
Recommended by Stacey
Good Grief, this books certainly paints an unflattering picture of the LDS Church. This is the third book with a religious theme I've read this month. I need to move on. But as a mystery it was excellent, as Stacey's recommendations usually are. I'm getting really hung up on Stephen White.
Attorney Lauren Crowder recommends a Salt Lake City lawyer for her younger sister, who has accused her former boss, an impeccably Mormon woman with high political and church connections, of sexual harassment. Crowder assists a private investigator in gathering information on the potentially explosive case, but murder intervenes: someone kills the P.I. and the former boss. Crowder then calls upon boyfriend Alan Gregory (Private Practices, Viking, 1993) to outmaneuver the ubiquitous, corrupt tentacles of the Mormon church.