A Gathering of Saints: A True Story of Money, Murder, and Deceit

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Random House, Mar 1, 1990 - Literary Criticism - 414 pages
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The yellowed manuscripts threatened the foundations of the Mormon Church, and the elders were willing to pay millions of dollars to suppress them. But the documents were fakes, and their brilliant forger committed double murder to hide his crime. The sensational case of the 1985 Salt Lake City bombings exposed a master plot to topple the powerful Mormon empire.

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Review: A Gathering of Saints: a True Story of Money, Murder, and Deceit

User Review  - Steele At - Goodreads

The story of the "salamander letter". This was a painful effort. I admire Mr. Lindsey for the extraordinary effort it must have taken to compile all of the facts within this story. I believe he was as ... Read full review

Review: A Gathering of Saints: a True Story of Money, Murder, and Deceit

User Review  - Misty - Goodreads

This is an absolutely riveting true crime book. It's probably more interesting for me because I live in the area in which these crimes were committed, and I am actually old enough to *remember* them ... Read full review

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ROBERT LINDSEY is the author of several books, including The Falcon and the Snowman (page 126), the story of Boyce and Andrew Daulton Lee, who were both convicted of selling information to the Soviets. He worked as a reporter and editor at the San Jose Mercury-News and The New York Times, and also served as the Los Angeles bureau chief for The Times.

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