From Nauvoo to Carthage
  
From Nauvoo to Carthage
A Novella
Published:
7/5/2012
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The dramatic, tension-filled last days of Joseph Smith, the Mormon Prophet, who risked all by agreeing to the demand by Thomas Ford, Governor of Illinois, that he come to Carthage, the Hancock County seat—an 18-mile journey from the Prophet’s home in Nauvoo—to answer charges pertaining to the destruction of the Expositor press in June of 1844. The journey would prove to be a one-way trip.
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J. Marc. Merrill began writing at the age of 14, starting with short stories, then novels, stage plays, and screenplays. He has taught English—both composition and literature—at five colleges, including Arizona State University, Arizona State Prison for Central Arizona College, and Kauai Community College in Hawaii. He retired from teach-ing in 1999 in order to have more time to do research and to write. He is the author of the collection of stories titled “From Coolidge to Kauai” and the time travel novel “Jane Austen in Time”. He is also the co-author with Lady of Spain of the novella “Wracked” and the Spanish Civil War novel “Espana!”.
 
 


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