Seeing the Elephant
I knew I would wake up at any moment. I would be back in the circle of wagons, in the middle, and everything would be warm again. I wouldn't tell anyone about this dream. But I didn't wake up. We were still running through the bodies and the Mormons More...
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Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises, LLC
Binding: Trade Paper
Size: 5.20" wide x 8.10" long x 0.60" tall
I knew I would wake up at any moment. I would be back in the circle of wagons, in the middle, and everything would be warm again. I wouldn't tell anyone about this dream. But I didn't wake up. We were still running through the bodies and the Mormons and the Indians. Those were the words of Jigger Richmond, in the letters she left as her legacy. Her descendent, presidential candidate Sax Richmond, has discovered that his ancestors were not only survivors of the 1857 Mountain Meadow Massacre but one was a conspirator. As he continues his presidential campaign, Sax is now faced with the decision of how to handle the information. Does he hide it as it's been hidden for decades? Does he come clean before his opponent finds out? He turns to Mormon dignitary for advice, but he can't be certain that he is putting his trust in the right people. Seeing the Elephant tells the historical events of the Mountain Meadow Massacre through the eyes of fictional character Jigger Richmond. Mormon prophecies and lore are brought to life through the current and relevant character Sax Richmond and his race toward the presidency. Full of depth and captivating characters, Seeing the Elephant is a perfect blend of the past and present that will keep readers engaged to the very last scene.