"4 Shots: Murder in Mormondom" by Roger Blomquist

| Facebook | Mary Stevens was a typical eighteen-year-old girl, living in 1908. She was ready to graduate from school and start her adult life. She lived in Orderville, Utah, a community established for those who wanted to live the United Order. Four shots ended her life one April afternoon and shocked the small community. There had only been one outsider in town at that time and he mysteriously disappeared. The community knew it was him. The posse knew how to find him. But, if it was not him, could it be one of their own? Based on the shocking true story of a small-town murder. Reviews: "Awesome 5 star read" Roger has done a wonderful job of giving us the readers a glimpse of the early 1900's in this tale. I have rated it 5 solid stars. ~ Vermont Reviewer "Great read" Enjoyed the history from this book and made me want to look more into the facts of this murder as I am a Kane County resident. ~ Amy S. "A historical page turner" This was a page turner. Finished the book in two days. The story was well written with lots of details in just the right spots. If you like history and mysteries, you’ll find this book thoroughly enjoyable. The Author does a great job capturing the authentic voice of the time period and does a great job honoring the story. I’d highly recommend this book. ~ Nathan R.

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