The Rogue Shop
Promising his aunt to avoid all Mormons, Chris Kerry came to Utah to get an education - and nothing else. But with the help of some friendly neighbors and eccentric coworkers, Chris uncovers a truth that stitches together his lost heritage in a way he never imagined. This hilarious, moving novel illuminates how we recognize truth even in the most trying of circumstances.
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