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Joseph M. Rinaldo
  • Whites Creek, TN
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Something About Me and My Book:
I have written nine novels, three of which are currently available: A MORMON MASSACRE, A SPY AT HOME and HAZARDOUS CHOICES. Each of these is available on Amazon in both ebook and paperback format.
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A Mormon Massacre - Amazon reviews about the book

Amazon Reviewers are praising my controversial new novel, A MORMON MASSACRE!

Elliot Malach says, "The book keeps multiple plots and subplots going at once...There is always so much going on at high intensity that I had a hard time putting the book down. 5 Stars is for the plot, readability and intensity level. It would make a great movie."

Linda Baumann calls it "Riveting and shocking!"

Steve Lionel adds: "Entrancing characters, thought-provoking plot, skillfully told"

Jenny Hilborne says " The author does a good job of building tension between the characters and in the reader."

Dixie Miller Goode adds: "I loved the intensity of this novel, and the well written story carried me along so that I avoided a few other books I already had started in favor of finding out what would happen next here. I know my Mormon friends would not love this book, but in all honesty, Mr. Rinaldo creates modern Mormons who are realistic and multi-dimensional."

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A Mormon Massacre - Analysis of the Massacre at Mountain Meadows in Utah Territory in 1957

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE



The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS or Mormon) began in rural New York, moved to Kirtland, Ohio, then to Nauvoo, Illinois before stopping in Utah Territory. The LDS experienced a great deal of persecution at each location before settling in the distant and unpopulated Utah Territory. The persecution in Illinois included gunfights between locals and the Mormon Militia, eventually named Avenging Angels or Danites. The Mormons stockpiled weapons…

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Posted on February 24, 2013 at 7:25pm

Opposites Attract?

We've all heard the expression "Opposites Attract", and I guess it must be true. Take my wife and me. We could not possibly be more polar opposites in so many areas. In fact, the areas of similarity are virtually miniscule, and yet we just celebrated our twelfth anniversary!



I am a man who likes order; she is perfectly comfortable with a desk that looks like a dumpster was overturned on it. I prefer to read the Sports section first on Sunday, while she goes straight for the comics.…

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Posted on January 16, 2012 at 12:10pm

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At 5:44pm on July 31, 2012, Julia Widdop said…

I'd be interested in reviewing your newest book A MORMON MASSACRE for my book blog at: DreamtimeBooks I would also be interested in having you do an interview or a reading from the book on my TV show at: TalkStoryTV.com. Let me know if you are interested. Julia Widdop

At 6:02pm on December 4, 2011, Fernando Sobenes said…

Hello Joseph . My name is Fernando Sobenes and I want to invite you to read the prologue and the first two chapters of my novel: "The Evil Visitor" in my blog The Evil Visitor

Also you can watch the book trailer.

Thank you and best regards.

 
 
 

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