For Immediate Release: February 3, 2013
Author John J. Hart Book Signing at Barnes & Noble, East Northport
Author John J. Hart to Appear for Book Signing at Barnes & Noble, East Northport
(Long Island, NY) On February 13th, at 1:00 p.m, Author John J. Hart will be available to sign copies of his book, The Mormon Woman at Barnes & Noble, 4000 East Jericho Turnpike, East Northport, NY 11731
‘Joseph Smith was a prophet of God, the Book of Mormon is the inspired word of God, and the Mormon Church is the only true church on the face of the earth. And I say this in the name of Jesus Christ. That’s my witness and testimony to you.’
On board the MS Rotterdam, Chris Marshall expects to find peace and quite—the perfect atmosphere for finishing his manuscript about the Mormon religion and the controversial life of Joseph Smith Jr.
But that decision never included Julia Michaels, an attractive Mormon widow. Now, Chris is seated next to Julia, and she is not happy with his narrative.
As the cruise ship wends it’s way through tropical waters and starry, moonlit nights, neither Chris nor Julia can ignore their growing attraction. Their budding friendship grows into a deep but complicated romance. Julia has questions about her faith. Chris has the answers, but worries that the harsh truths will force Julia to flee. Is love worth risking faith? Or is faith worth risking love?
In this eye-opening and provocative tale, author John Hart brings to light the remarkable and provoking history of the Saints and their founder, Joseph Smith Jr. If you wish to dive into one of America’s most intriguing legacies, let The Mormon Woman take you on the journey that will both entertain and quench your thirst for information.
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