A Land Called Bountiful (Lehi's Dream Book 3) New

This is the third book in the Lehi's Dream series, a dramatic retelling of the Book of Mormon as historical fiction. While it is first and foremost a dramatization of the original Book of Mormon, complete with compelling character personalities, description of lifestyles and settings, and can be read to learn more about the book, in a more exciting style, it can also be read by a reader who only wants to be entertained.

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Faith of a Man (Lehi's Dream Book 2) New

The Faith of a Man is the second installment in the Lehi's Dream series, which is a dramatic telling of the Book of Mormon. Although based on a true scriptural account, advance readers claim the books can just as easily be read as epic historical fiction, with good people battling enemies both in the human world as well as animals and nature. Jonas has received outstanding reviews for bringing the Book of Mormon to life, detailing the people of 600 BC, as well as Jewish customs and the harsh environment of the Arabian desert.

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Nephi Was My Friend (Lehi's Dream Book 1) New

In 600 B.C., Jerusalem . . . The metal smith named Lehi has no idea how his life will change when in answer to his prayer of faith a fire descends from to sky to perch on a rock before him, and from this fire the voice of the Lord calls Lehi to go to the people of Judah, calling them to repentance and asking them to follow King Nebuchadnezzar, of Babylon, to ensure their safety and continued existence.

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The Night of My Hanging: And other short stories New

"The Night of My Hanging" tells the story of a man caught in a web of hate and circumstantial evidence as he is first captured and then condemned to the lynch mob's noose for a murder he didn't commit. "Don't Fall in Love in Abilene" is the tale of Jordan Farley, seasoned Texas trail boss, just arrived in the 1869 town of Abilene, Kansas, and walking into the violent confrontation involving Wild Bill Hickock.

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Samuel's Angel New

In August of 1977, Elvis Presley, the King of Rock and Roll, died. Samuel's mother cried, and Samuel went to his room to be alone. Thus begins the first paragraph of Samuel’s Angel.

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Drygulch to Destiny

When the town of Drygulch, Idaho Territory, goes to the wolves, desperate men turn to Matthew Morgan--town tamer. But while Matthew Morgan may prove himself big enough and strong enough and ruthless enough to bring peace to a town, how will he survive the battle of the two beautiful women who claim his heart?

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Drygulch to Destiny Now Available on Kindle

Kirby's latest book, Drygulch to Destiny is now available on Amazon in Kindle format.  Click HERE.

When the town of Drygulch, Idaho Territory, goes to the wolves, desperate men turn to Matthew Morgan--town tamer. But while Matthew Morgan may prove himself big enough and strong enough and ruthless enough to bring peace to a town, how will he survive the battle of the two beautiful women who claim his heart?
 

 

 

 

 

 

Nephi Was My Friend Now Available

Nephi Was My FriendThis book is only available in the Kindle format and is available HERE.  This is the second edition of the title which has now been split into three separate novels.  The second two are forthcoming in the next several months.

600 B.C. The mighty city of Jerusalem has forsaken God. It stands on the verge of awful destruction. False prophets abound. Evil runs rampant. Wicked King Jehoiakim has just fallen, followed by Jehoiachin. On the throne now sits Zedekiah, a young man too weak to stand against the Sarim, the elders of Jerusalem who are trampling the God of Israel beneath their feet. 

From this turmoil, God calls the goldsmith, Lehi, to the life of a prophet. Lehi is commanded to cry repentance to the city. His attempts are in vain. His death sentence is issued, and weak King Zedekiah cannot save him. Lehi, along with his family, is commanded to flee Jerusalem with only what he can carry on the backs of his camels into the vast wilderness south and east of the city. 

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