by Ray Speckman
The novel traces a period in the life of Mark Oldham who returns to his native Utah to manage a proposed huge real estate development, a resort in the Wasatch Mountains.
Twisting and turning like a high-mountain-road, the novel examines the historic roots of the Mormon Church and the teachings of its first prophet Joseph Smith.
The narrative exposes the power of the church and the greedy and sinister men who influence the church and State of Utah decisions.
Filled with murder, debauchery, thievery, decadence, infidelity and intrigue, the novel takes the reader through suspenseful pervasives created by baleful-even sadist-men and women of varying extreme influence.
Lives, hearts, businesses and societies are shattered by corruptive influences without heed.
But for being a novel, it could be true.
It is the novel of Zenith, suspenseful, fast-moving, captivating and shocking.
- Ray Speckman, November 2012
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