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Anne Perry - Her life, like her stories, layered with intrigue

Anne Perry, a London native and internationally known mystery writer, has recently written "Tathea", a hefty Mormon epic that allows people who normally do not read the scriptures to be spiritually touched by her book. Perry is an author of 30 popular mystery novels with some seven million copies in print. She is 60-years-old and lives alone in England. While living in California in 1967, Perry was converted to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Mormon Musician Makes Top 20 (The payoffs of persistence)

Reading Plato helped him to decide to pursue his songwriting dream. Plato wrote that music shapes customs and laws, and can actually change society, the 29-year-old musician said.

Has Jell-O lost its jiggle among Utahns?

Deseret News columnist Ann Cannon is worried because at a number of Mormon functions she has attended this year she hasn't seen any Jell-O. While she has seen a number of other Mormon entertaining staples, like funeral potatoes, Jell-O is for some reason no where to be seen.

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