Ken Sugihara was a student at Berkeley at the time of Pearl Harbor. He is shocked to hear about the attack, but even more shocked when he discovers that all people of Japanese ancestry in the United States, especially those living on the West Coast, are now considered suspects in the attack. He and his parents are taken from their home and sent to a relocation center in the Utah Desert, where they must decide for themselves where their loyalties lie. A story of prejudice and acceptance, dignity under the worst conditions, and the power of the Atonement to heal us all.
Exciting news - Nothing to Regret, Tristi's first published novel, will soon be re-released! Stay tuned for more information.
Anneliese Klein was just a small girl when Hitler came to power in her home country of Germany. Fear and uncertainty were as much a part of her childhood as dolls and tea parties. As she grew up, the war crept even closer to home, taking first her two brothers and then her father. Eventually it claims the man she loves. How will she find the strength to endure? And what will become of her unborn child?
This special updated edition of a historically rich tale expertly portrays the consequences of war and the ability of the human spirit to conquer all. LDS historical fiction at its finest.
Sarah Williams is a young Welsh immigrant, coming to Utah to join her sister Mary Ann Perkins and her young family. When the Perkins' are asked to join the San Juan mission to pioneer a trail through Southern Utah, they take Sarah along to help care for the children. But a six-week journey turns into six agonizing months of hard work and toil as the Saints blast their way through a cliff to bring their wagons through what would become the famous Utah landmark "Hole in the Rock." This LDS historical fiction novel is based on the life of the author's great-great-grandfather and accurately depicts the experiences of these intrepid pioneers as they sought to be obedient to a higher call.